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    After freemasonry controversy, Otiende Amollo distanced himself from being a member

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    Otiende Amollo, a member of parliament from Rarieda and co-owner of a law firm with Ambrose Rachier, disavowed any involvement with the Freemasonry society after media claims to the contrary.

    The renowned lawyer further dissociated Rachier & Amollo LLP, the business the two co-own, from the operations of the secret organization.

    In the interview with NTV on Sunday, October 2, Rachier revealed some of the movement’s high net worth members, including former chief justices, lawyers, business billionaires, and politicians from all across the nation belong to the secret society.
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