The son to Uganda President, Yoweri Museveni had caused a stir online with his latest statement. Muhoozi Kainerugaba who is the son to President Yoweri Museveni and a Liutenant General in the Ugandan Forces has been tweeting a lot about Kenya today. He seems to be so concerned with the affairs of Kenya which is a member of the East African Community like Uganda.
Muhoozi Kainerugaba has sarcastically asked Kenyans where they think he should live in after the Uganda Army captures Nairobi which is the Capital City of Kenya. He has suggested either Westlands or Riverside leaving Kenyans to choose for him the best place to reside in.
It is obviously not true that the Ugandan Army is planning to capture Nairobi like Liutenant Muhoozi has suggested. He seems to be making fun and Kenyans have responded to his statement in the following ways;
@Sharonsandra Someone had alot of drinks today 😒🚶🚶oba he woke up with a hungover
@amwosho come live in west pokot if You're man enough
@TinoMwangi U should consider living in Kaloleni Estate, Nairobi where your father once lived while in exile
@Sirlangat11 If you & your father are planning to destabilise president Ruto's government, prepare for tough times.
@Ronaldngari Industrial area. There is a very good place there to live.
@Jal_tamia Afande you like joking! In case we do anyway, Karen would really be good.
@baharimotorsa We do wash wash here, you'll be the richest man in Africa in less than a week
@mwangibenny With what army please Go back to your village and disturb your fellow people. Kenya is a peaceful country
@munduuseful You can’t beat Kony Joseph, a ragtag army. Deal with your small boys like Rwanda, Burundi.
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