I have no regrets, says Asantehene on 25 years of Freemason membership

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As the Grand Patron of the Grand Lodge of Ghana and a 25-year Freemason, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene, has stated he has no regrets about belonging to that fraternity. 

The Asantehene claims that no one told him what awaited him when he joined the organisation, leaving him to wonder.

In his remarks at the milestone, he discussed the organization’s influence and his initial misgivings about the journey. I was initiated into Freemasonry 25 years ago.

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I have no regrets, says Asantehene on 25 years of Freemason membership

 Undoubtedly, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II stated, “When one joins a society or club, one cannot help but wonder what benefits or restrictions await.

“When it comes to Freemasonry, you are left to worryful wonder more because you have no idea exactly what to expect and no one is prepared to answer your questions,” he continued. 

However, the Asante Kingdom’s overlord claims that as time passed, his experience confirmed his satisfaction and that he had no regrets about joining. 

After 25 years, I have no regrets about being a Freemason and experiencing what it entails and what it means to be called a Freemason,” he said, expressing any concerns or qualms that may have occurred to him. 

At a lavish celebration honouring his incredible 25-year journey in Freemasonry, Otumfuo revealed the information at the Sir Agyeman Prempeh II Hall in Kumasi. Grand Lodge Officers and international visiting delegations led a stately march to kick off the festivities. 

I have no regrets, says Asantehene on 25 years of Freemason membership

The Asante royals, led by the Otumfuo, were particularly remarkable; they filled the chamber with wonder. Otumfuo Osei Tutu II emphasised his dedication to advancing peace and using Freemasonry to benefit Ghana and its people in the future. He was upbeat about the Grand Lodge’s future expansion and stressed the need for committed members who will support honesty and lend assistance to those in need. 

The Asantehene further demanded that the Grand Lodge reach out to places that are not yet under its jurisdiction and extend its impact beyond its present sphere of influence. Masonry without charge There are more than four million Freemasons worldwide that follow this way of life. 

However, there are more than a thousand Freemasons in Ghana. Founded in 2009, the Grand Lodge of Ghana is an autonomous organisation. However, prior to that time, one of the three British Lodges—the United Grand Lodge of England, the Grand Lodge of Scotland, or the Grand Lodge of Ireland—was in charge of overseeing freemason meetings. 

The first known accounts of Freemason meetings in Ghana date from the nineteenth century. Ever then, Freemasons have gathered on a regular basis in organisations called Lodges to better themselves as well as organise and carry out numerous silent deeds of kindness for their local communities.

 The Grand Lodge of Ghana addressed concerns in 2019 over how, regrettably, it has come to be associated with occultism and immoral idolatry due to the actions of dishonest people who would stop at nothing to achieve fame and fortune. 

The organisation stated that serving others and improving the world for humanity is the main goal of being a Freemason. “We are human like everybody else,” declared the group’s Grand Master, Most Worshipful Bro. 

I have no regrets, says Asantehene on 25 years of Freemason membership

Naval Captain Kwadjo Adunkwa Butan. We don’t have any superpowers or hidden deities that we worship, and being a Freemason doesn’t grant you fame, fortune, or money. The Chairman of the Grand Lodge Masonic Education Committee, Right Worshipful Abraham Gyasi, was among the group and he also said, “The misconceptions you have been hearing, they are not true. 

We are an organisation of very decent and respectable men; we don’t kill other people or drink blood.

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