Photo courtesy of Kenya's Head of State Dr William Samoei Ruto and Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni.
Seasoned publishing editor and strategic communications adviser Barrack Muluka has finally added his weight to the controversial social media threats issued to Kenya by Ugandan President's son.
Barrack Muluka has notified the Kenyan government that they should not take General Kainerugaba Muhoozi remarks as a joke but should take necessary actions.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with TV47 Kenya today, Muluka told the Kenyan Government to secure the Kenyan borders with Uganda by directing the military base strategically placed at Eldoret to start moving around the Kenyan borders at Busia in order to provide surveillance and adequate security.
"The remarks of Kainerugaba Muhoozi are beyond a sick joke. This Government must take the necessary actions. It's time for our military base in Eldoret to start hovering around our borders in Busia," Barrack Muluka stated.
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