The son of President Museveni, Muhoozi Kainerugaba is in deep imagination and trying to realize on how the New York Times said he's a wild card.
A wild card it refers to a person who causes uncertainty as people Normally don't know how he will behave.
This statement by New York Times has made Kainerugaba to try and figure out on why he referred to him like that but ended up accepting if Wild means bringing Uganda into a developed country then it's good.
"The 'New York Times' says I'm a 'Wild Card'. Maybe. But only if 'Wild' means pulling Uganda into a developed country." Muhoozi Kainerugaba said.
Kainerugaba is known to be harsh and a person who has strict measures and says. Kainerugaba has been fighting those people who try to oppose the government of his father President Yoweri Museveni.
Kainerugaba has also an aspiration of succeeding his father when he retires.
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