Uganda President Yoweri Museveni's son Muhoozi Kainerugaba has never been that popular person in Kenya but as we are currently speaking, many people are talking about him. He is currently dominating headlines in the country due to his controversial tweets about capturing Nairobi in just two weeks.
That is something that caused plenty of heated reactions from Kenyans with the latest one to react being former Nandi MP Alfred Keter. Through his official twitter account, Keter decided to give Muhoozi Kainerugaba an advise as he told him what he has already done.
According to Alfred Keter, Muhoozi Kainerugaba has already captured Nairobi because at the moment, everyone in Nairobi is talking about him. Alfred Keter went on to advise the son of Museveni to stop smoking weed because that is what is leading him to tweet such things.
"You have already “captured” Nairobi!!!! EVERYONE in Nairobi is talking about you. But please!!!! @mkainerugaba STOP SMOKING WEED!" Tweeted Alfred Keter.
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