Uganda's President, Yoweri Museveni has broken his silence following their engagement meeting with Azimio chief, Raila Odinga in
Photos: President Museveni at the Statehouse (Uganda) and Azimio chief, Raila Odinga hoping to talk.
Taking to his Twitter handle, President Museveni acknowledged having warmly received Raila Odinga at the statehouse, Entebbe. Where they discussed a wide range of issues concerning their countries -Kenya and Uganda.
Below is the tweet image;Following their successful meeting in Entebbe. Kenyans have reacted both hilariously, as others remained to tear apart Raila's meeting with Museveni.
As others hailed President Museveni for his progress in meeting the head of state and other leaders, Raila being the latest from the East Africa region. They urged Museveni to keep him safe while in Uganda because he is the incoming fifth President.
Some remained to these apart from Raila's move to meet President Museveni dragging political affairs into the matter.
Below are the reactions;
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