OPPOSITION United Party for National Development [UPND] leader Hakainde Hichilema is a prominent freemason and has been a member of the cult since the year 1999 when he underwent initiation. At the time of Hakainde’s initiation into the cult, it has been established that his wife Mutinta and family members who were committed members of the Seventh Day Adventist church (SDA) were not privy to Hakainde’s decision to join the Freemason cult at the time he joined in 1999.
The UPND leader became a brethren and mason brother in April of 1999 and was initiated from the Eagle Lodge No. 7232 EC, which is the District Grand Lodge of Zambia and has been a congregant of the Masons Temple located on Chachacha Road in the city of Lusaka which is more like an equivalent of a church branch in the case of Christians.
In Zambia the percentage of politicians who are Freemasons, is very low, almost negligible compared to Western countries where they secretly dominate. This will keep changing however as the New World Order agenda advances. Freemasonry will continue gaining a bigger stake in politics as time goes. This trend of the occult dominating the world was prophesied long ago in the bible.
The formation of the New World Order that’s already at an advanced level, is a work of Freemasons working to put it in place. In less developed countries Freemasons are from lower degrees of hierarchy than the ones in developed countries. The ones in developed countries are part of higher ranks, ranks known as the Illuminati. The Illuminati are the main decision makers.
It has also been discovered that when Hakainde was still active with Grant Thornton at Mukuba house on Kabelenga road, Lusaka, the UPND leader who was then Managing partner at the accounting and management consultancy firm spent some good time both revealing Masonic practices and made attempts to demystify Freemasonry to colleagues and almost making it sound attractive.
Some of the key personalities that have congregated with Hakainde at the Freemason temple in Lusaka include former Director General of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Nixon Banda who was also installed as worship master of the Free Masons Temple in Zambia on January 21, 2006.
Freemasonry is the world’s largest cult. It is multi-cultural and multi-racial, with over 300,000 members in approximately 8,500 Lodges in England & Wales. Part of a worldwide organisation of millions of Freemasons,.
Freemasonry offers its members an approach to life which seeks to reinforce thoughtfulness for others, kindness, honesty, courtesy, truth, integrity and fairness in all things. Freemasonry urges brethren to regard the interests of the family as paramount.
Charity is at the heart of Freemasonry by teaching and practicing concern for people, care for the less fortunate and help for those in need.
Freemasonry is a religious cult that is largely believed to be anti-Christian teachings and is also perceived as satanic in nature and therefore unacceptable in societies that have a strong christian foundation like Zambia. It is trite law in the cult that a Freemason must have faith and have a belief in a Supreme Being.
Owing to the supremacy of the Christian faith among Zambians, Hakainde has had to make attempts to visit some churches as a way of creating an impression that he is actually Christian. A lot of free masons make efforts to seem friendly to Christian interests as a way of avoiding hostility from Christian communities.