Yesterday, section of local leaders reacted after Ugandan Millitary Commander Muhoozi Kainerugaba cryptic tweets resurfaced online. According to his tweets against Kenya, he brought out the territorial questions which has sparked debate.
Today, anticrime Activist Stephen Mutoro warned that Muhoozi should never be allowed to step on Kenyan soil terming him as a listed criminal in the ICC. Taking to his Twitter account, he requested the retired president to avoid associating with him on Kenya's affairs.
He said, "What you heed yo know of Muhoozi Kainerugaba Museveni, the commander of Uganda Land Forces. He is also on a International Criminal Court of justice wanted list. He should be arrested if he Steps on a Kenyan soil." https://twitter.com/smutoro/status/1577002822205251584?t=VGtDKZVYwehg__rT73MjHQ&s=19
Kenya is a member state of United Nations Security Council thus abides by the law set by International Criminal Court of Justice. Here are Muhoozi's yesterday cryptic tweets shared by citizen tv on Twitter.
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