Ghana's Freemasonry fraternity blames Nollywood for portraying them as evil to the World

Nana Osae Nyangpong, the Grand Master of Ghana's Freemasonry Grand lodge, a fraternity of brotherhood has angrily lashed out at the Nigerian Movie Industry for giving the organization a bad reputation across the World.

According to Nana in an interview with Kofi Adomsh of Adom TV, he said Nollywood is responsible for making the general public perceive the organization as a secret society after portraying them as evil in Movies.

'Nollywood has affected us a great deal and has created a public disaffection for us because of the kind if stories they do to portray what we do and don’t do as an association. The kind of stories told by Nollywood are just shocking and don’t represent what we are, he angrily lamented.

The grandmaster also discredits the bad impression created in some Nollywood films that grandmasters have spiritual powers and its members are made to perform human sacrifices and all other evil activities to become wealthy.

He, however, stressed the fact that Freemason is a society whose objective is to promote brotherly love, relief, and truth.

Freemasonry is an International Grand lodge, simply known as a brotherhood fraternity which was first formed in London in 1717 and has a large membership across the World.

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