Ugandan President son Muhoozi Kainerugaba once caused a stir online after he made a statement about the KDF's mission in the DRC. His remarks come a few days after the second batch of KDF soldiers left the country on a peacekeeping mission in Congo ahead of the peace agreement talks scheduled to take place in Nairobi sometime this month.
General Muhoozi said in a tweet on Sunday that no one should mock the M23 rebels even though they have caused insecurity. Muhoozi Kainerugaba he was told that some people said they could defeat the March 23 Movement in just one day. He was referring obliquely to the KDF threat in which they promised to prevent the rebels from seizing more territory in the Congo. The rebels threatened to seize an airport, but the Kenya Defense Force moved to take control of the area.
Muhoozi went on to remind them that if they attack the M23, the situation will become like the NRA situation in Luweero that Obote used to talk about. He said that the rebels would be persuaded to withdraw from the war without any war breaking out.
"Nobody should make fun of our M23 brothers, I've heard some people say they can defeat them in one day? Well. That's what Obote used to say about the NRA in Luweero. When we convince them to quit for peace. They will because they are serious partners. For peace in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” Muhoozi said.
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