Earlier today, Ugandan milliary general Mr Muhoozi Who Is the son of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni allegedly said that Kenyans should have considered voting for retired head of state honourable Uhuru Kenyatta to serve for the third term. He added that he is a close friend to Uhuru Kenyatta and it was best if he would have continued staying in power.
Immediately after making his remarks, majority of Kenyans social media users reacted with majority telling him to stop engaging in Kenyan politics and concentrate in solving problems facing Uganda. Others posted that Kenyan constitution doesn't allow what the army general is wishing.
While counter attacking, general Muhoozi told Kenyans who had flooded in his Twitter account that he might lead his Ugandan army and it will take them only two days to conquer Nairobi city. Through TUKO news digital news platform, Kenyans have warned him against making remarks that will destabilize the working relationship between the two counties.
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