Museveni's Son Muhoozi Kainerugaba has explained that he has an issue with former president Uhuru Kenyatta for refusing to contest Presidency for a third term. According to Muhoozi, Uhuru Kenyatta would have defeated William Ruto badly had he sought a third term.
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Muhoozi Kainerugaba has an issue with Uhuru Kenyatta for leaving the country in the hands of a ruthless leader William Ruto. According to Kainerugaba, William Ruto would not have been president had Uhuru Kenyatta listened to his advice.
Muhoozi explains that president Uhuru Kenyatta refused to listen to his advice in matters restoring order. The son of the Ugandan mistake is clear that he wanted Uhuru Kenyatta to contest for a third term for he would have won very fast and easily.
Muhoozi Kainerugaba statements come amidst reports that he wants to contest for elections in Uganda after the retirement of President Museveni. However Kainerugaba fails to appreciate that Kenya is indeed not a banana republic like Uganda.
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