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Lawyer Miguna Miguna reveals how Freemasson used Museveni son Muhoozi to divert Kenyans attention

Canadian based lawyer Miguna Miguna has revealed how Freemason used Uganda President Museveni’s son Muhoozi to divert the attention of Kenyans.

On 2nd of October senior member of the fraternal organization Ambrose Rachier dismissed claims that Freemasonry is a satanic cult. He was speaking to NTV during an interview.

According to him, Freemason is a society that believes in charity.

Freemason is a society that believes in charity,” Rachier said.

On question of sacrificing family members, Rachier insisted that the society do not take part. To prove this, he confirmed in his lifetime he has only lost his parents and a brother who died at 60 years.

It is not true that Freemasonry sacrifices family members. For your information all my family members are alive except my parents and a brother. My brother died last year at 60 years old,” he added.

Rachier’s revelation was met with fierce criticism. A section of Kenyans accused him of using a well calculated move of convincing Kenyans to join the cult.

According to a Facebook user identified as Kiprop, Freemason is a secret society full of secrets.

“Rachier is trying to fool Kenyans. Freemason is a cult that has its secret exclusively reserved to members. He is telling what Kenyans want to hear,” he commented against NTV’s Facebook post.

How Freemason used Museveni’s son Muhoozi to divert Kenyans attention

Miguna now claims that the society used Uganda President Museveni’s son Muhoozi Kainerugaba to divert Kenyan attention.

“East African FREEMASONS are either extremely adept at media manipulation, or they OWN the media.

It was a stroke of GENIUS how the FREEMASONS used Janet Kataaha Museveni‘s toddler, Muhoozi Kainerugaba , to DIVERT attention from Ambrose Rachier and Otiende Amolo,” he said.

Muhoozi took to social media on Monday 3rd, that it is easy for Uganda to capture Kenya’s capital city.He said it that it would take him and his soldiers just 2 weeks to capture Nairobi.

Muhoozi’s statement has ever sparked a heated debate on social media.

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