President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is one of the most known dictators existing today and his way of rulling has seen him in power more than 35 years. His close son General Muhoozi has been the talk recently. According to the latest tweets in which general Muhoonzi sent threatening to attack Nairobi was not taken lightly by millions of Kenyans.
Well president William Ruto was well welcomed in Uganda during yesterday's celebrations and day after he left general Muhoonzi has been given more powers despite some alleging that Museveni was to strip off his powers. According to NTV Uganda afternoon news,
EARLIER: Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba has been decorated to a four-star army General at the general army headquarters in Bombo. The senior presidential advisor special operations was decorated by his wife Charlotte and uncle Gen Salim Saleh. They reported. Many have left speculating if President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is planning to hand over power to the son. Only time will tell.
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