The Principles of Freemasonry

The Principles of Freemasonry can be discussed quite freely and openly – there is no secret about them. The so–called Masonic secrets relate only to the means of recognition between Freemasons. Freemasonry amplifies the duty owed to God, to a neighbour and to the member himself. It requires the practice in every-day life of every virtue, it neither competes with nor is a substitute for religion. Freemasonry has no part whatsoever in politics – indeed topics of  

Annual Communication will be held on Saturday, 25th March 2017 at Freemasons’ Hall, Nairobi.

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 Annual Convocation will be held on Friday, 24th March 2017 at Freemasons’ Hall, Nairobi.

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The Beginning …..

To understand the beginning and growth of Freemasonry in East Africa it is helpful to look at the history of the three East African countries. Until the latter part of the 19th Century the mainland territories of East Africa were virtually unknown to the outside world. On the other hand, for several centuries before that, Zanzibar was well known as a trading station and was visited by dhows from Oman and ships plying between Europe and India and beyond. It was also the centre for the slave trade from Eastern Africa.

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Thursday 25th August


Saturday 27th August 2016

at WhiteSands Hotel,

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Chief Guest:

The MW Pro Grand Master   

Tercentenary Celebrations Pro Grand Master with DGMs

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