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The Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s son, Muhoozi Kainerugaba, seems to have re-started his online storm with Kenyans regarding a purported plan "to invade Kenya".
The controversial army general in October last year sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans after sending a series of tweets in which he threatened to invade Kenya and seize Nairobi.
Despite attacking Kenya last year (2022) Muhoozi has started the New Year 2023 with another attack. Recently, the Ugandan President's son has also caused some mixed reactions from Kenyans. This is after he asked whether Westlands is up for sale.
"Is Westlands still up for sale?" He tweeted on his Twitter account.
This sparked a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who felt that the general Muhoozi is too much regarding what he is posting about Kenyans.
Below are some of the mixed reactions from Kenyans. See the reactions (Screenshots).Source link 1; https://twitter.com/mkainerugaba/status/1610314464108359681?
Source Link 2: https://www.facebook.com/261061365404/posts/pfbid02Tx6H6t2AXQgph8QsaDt287awxci6FLSXdJH9311cvsgBzi1Q2UwfkDaG7FRy18R4l/?app=fbl
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