The Uganda military leader and Museveni's son has been hitting headlines for the last 24 hours in the Kenyan social media, after making intriguing allegations concerning Nairobi.
Nabuhozi, the son of president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has claimed that it would only take Ugandan military less that 14 days to capsize the capital city of Nairobi.
This has not gone well with Kenyan leaders with many castigating him, that the Kenyan military is also indomitable. From a close close Uganda military has over fourty thousand active troupes while Kenya has twenty four thousand active troupes.
Senator Samson Cherargei a close associates of the government has urged the ministry of foreign affairs to take action and summon the Ugandan ambassador to atleast shed some light regarding the sentiments made by Muhoozi.
Here is what Cherargei said " I expect ministry of foreign affairs to take action and summon Ugandan ambassador in relation to what he said on his social media pages"
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