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Last year, the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's Son, Muhoozi Kainerugaba, tweeted that he would capture Nairobi in less than two weeks. This tweet elicited some varied reactions from Netizens across the globe.
Today in his tweet, Museveni's Son, Muhoozi Kainerugaba seems to have landed in trouble after he tweeted this. According to the tweet the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's Son, claimed that it was a 'joke' that he made 3 months ago about taking over Nairobi city within two weeks.
Muhoozi said some people viewed the tweet as a joke as it was while others didn't view it as a joke. He added that the truth shall be revealed and it will win. This means that Muhoozi is set to explain why he made such utterances on his social media platform.
Muhoozi said that the East African Federation shall be realised. Museveni's son left many Kenyans talking and reacting over his recent tweet. This comes after the President's son also asked if Westlands is still on sale.
Source link; https://twitter.com/mkainerugaba/status/1613300942031519744?t=5WKgZksOT4yHncAYDWxGsA&s=19
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