As Kenyans continue to weigh in on the threats by Uganda's president Museveni on Kenya, the 2017 presidential aspirant has warned president Ruto to stay woke and make clear that his friendship with Uganda's president will not encourage careless talk from his son.
Ekuru Aukot told the president that Kenya was not a family company but a democratic state. The close association between William Ruto and Kaguta Museveni has been a cause of concern as the two countries don't read from the same page on matters of democracy.
"I hope @WilliamsRuto fraternizing with @KagutaMuseveni isn't encouraging this kind of careless and belligerent talk from his son @mkainerugaba about our country, Kenya. We are a constitutional democracy and not a family company," Aukot said.
Muhoozi in a thread of tweets threatened to take over Nairobi in two weeks together with his army. The tweet caused a buzz on tweeter as Kenyans rained abuses on him. Leaders joined in the online war of words with many asking the government to withdraw Uganda's ambassador to Kenya.
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