Rarieda MP lawyer Paul Otiende Amollo, has has come out to speek after his law office accomplice Gor Mahia Football club chair Ambrose Rachier opened up on being a member of a controversial organisation Freemasonry.
In an interview with local Television NTV, the long serving Gor Mahia chief and lawyer Ambrose Rachier, gave more clarifications on what the Freemasonry involves, and, surprisingly, the process of joining and how they get new members.
However, Hon Otiende Amollo has come out to dispel any confusion and clarified that they just work with Rachier and regardless of the cozy relationship with him, he isn’t member of Freemasonry and will not join.
Otiende further explained that their law office isn’t in anyway associated with the organisation despite Rachier being a member.
“Interesting Times! Have Seen An Interview By My Law Firm Partner Ambrose Rachier On Freemasonry! I Am Not and Will Never Join Freemasonry! Let It Be Known That The Law Firm Of Rachier and Amollo LLP Is NOT Associated With The Movement!” He posted on his social media pages..