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Illuminati Book opens the lid on Kenyan artists

By pulse | December 28th 2012

The topic of Illuminati has done the rounds in local entertainment circles, but just as the stories were about to die down, a new book on the subject dubbed Illuminati and Freemasonry in East Africa Volume One is out on the streets.

Written by a Dr Justin Adiyb, the book has never-before documented details about secret society organisations in East Africa. Pulse received an advance copy of the book, which contains names of a few Kenyan artistes.

The 143-page book is filled with controversy and conspiracy theories. A sequel of the book is expected soon. Keep it here for more.

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