Rihanna “not wanted” in Senegal due to her “being in the Illuminati”

Musical sensation Rihanna is set to visit Senegal on Friday. Multiple religious groups have since spoken out. No “Illuminati” in Senegal please…


Barbadian singer Rihanna has been told by religious groups in Senegal that she is not welcome in the country. The musician is due to visit on Friday and has been accused of being in the Illuminati, a secret new world order. Yep, seriously…

The group of religious organisations says the singer intends to promote homosexuality and is in collusion with the Freemasons.

Rihanna is set to visit the country as she is scheduled to attend a conference on education in the country alongside French President Emmanuel Macron. Rihanna is an ambassador for the Global Partnership for Education.

The association “not welcoming” the singer consists of about 30 Islamic groups together called No to Freemasonry.

Spokesperson Cheikh Oumar Diagne told Jeune Afrique that Rihanna makes no secret of her cult worship.

“Rihanna doesn’t hide it: she’s part of the Illuminati, a branch of Freemasons.”

Diagne said that she was really in the country to attend a Freemason’s conference in secret. The conference had “apparently” been planned for the same dates as the education event and was therefore cancelled.

While there doesn’t seem to be much love for so-called freemasons in Senegal, the country is known for its fair share of religious tolerance. Muslims and Christians celebrate their festivals together.

The Global Partnership for Education looks to raise funds for education for the poorest and most vulnerable children in 65 countries. The partnership is looking to raise $2bn a year by 2020.

GPE chair Julia Gillard says this conference might be the one to make a shift for global education.

“We’re hoping that the conference marks the moment that momentum shifts globally on education and education financing.” “Over the last few years, there’s been growing global interest in education, particularly girls’ education, but financing hasn’t as yet followed. We need a step change.”

Event organisers have assured the public that everyone attending the conference will have their safety guaranteed, the education conference that is…