Uganda is one of the countries that are part of East Africa. Museveni is the leader of Uganda. He has been in charge for more than 20 years. People think that Museveni's son, Muhoozi, who likes the presidential set, is most likely to take over from his father. Muhoozi is the head of the Ugandan army.
Today at noon, Muhoozi said that it would take the Ugandan army only two weeks to take over Nairobi, which is the capital of Kenya. This statement has gotten a lot of attention on social media, and many Kenyans disagree with it. This is because Kenya is more economically developed than Uganda, and many Kenyans think Kenya is stronger than Uganda.
Below are some of Kenya comments:
Harry Son: He thinks Nairobi is some insect that he can use capture and recapture method?
This one is experiencing mind capture, and we shall unleash Riggy G to deal with him meticulously and cacaboniously 🤣🤣
Oburu: Ugandans should mind their business.They crossed the line when they assisted Ruto to rig elections!!!
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