- Village chief steps in after vlogger Iam Marwa was accused of cultism.
- Marwa disclosed that some of his fellow villagers accused him of being involved in cultism, specifically Freemasonry, and even claimed that he had recruited other villagers into this alleged system.
Kenyan travel vlogger Fredrick Marwa, known to his fans as iam Marwa, has recently opened up about the accusations he is facing from his village following his successful YouTube career.
Marwa’s journey into travel content creation has not only transformed his family’s life but also contributed positively to his community.
Marwa disclosed that some of his fellow villagers accused him of being involved in cultism, specifically Freemasonry, and even claimed that he had recruited other villagers into this alleged system.
“People in my village are saying we are in ‘Freemasonry,’ lol. They say all YouTubers in my village have joined, and I am their leader,” Marwa said.
However, Marwa boldly denied these accusations made against him. He emphasized that he believed in God and held no hostility toward Freemasons.
The situation escalated to the extent that the local area chief called a meeting to address the rumours and bring clarity to the matter.
“I believe in God and I am not a Mason I have nothing against them… ignorance is a disease. It was so serious that the area chief called a meeting 2 weeks ago to address the rumours,” he stated.
Marwa used the opportunity to encourage his fellow villagers to embrace success and reject poverty.
“Tell these people to welcome success. Poverty is not for God, and riches are not for the Devil,” he stated.
Marwa’s Successful Content Creation Career
Marwa’s success in content creation has earned him a substantial social media following and a comfortable income.
He made headlines on February 2 when he rallied his fans to construct a three-bedroom house for his neighbours in less than ten days. A young girl named Anna sought Marwa’s help, and he shared her story with his followers, leading to a collective effort to come to aid for Anna and her family.