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General Muhoozi Breaks Silence Over His Plans On Nairobi, Sends A New Statement

Ugandan military and President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni's son Muhoozi Kainerugaba made a public announcement on 12 January. This is after he had threatened to capture Nairobi three months ago.

Using his official Twitter account, Muhoozi Kainerugaba revealed that some people believed 'capturing' Nairobi was a joke, but for others, like himself, it was anything but a joke.

Muhoozi, an extremely high-ranking official adviser in charge of special projects, has also said that the East African group will be recognized very soon.

As a result of Muhoozi's post, which boasted of being able to reach Nairobi in just two weeks, the internet erupted, prompting Muhoozi's father, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, to repent for his son's sake.

Muhoozi said, "I made a joke ninety days ago in which I planned to take over the government of Nairobi in fourteen days. Today, even the most uninformed individual would see it for what it was: a joke. However, unfortunately, this was not the case for everyone. Reality will ultimately triumph, no matter what. A common language regarding the East African Community."

After claiming that his father, Yoweri Museveni, trained Uganda's military to win every fight, he backs down and admits that the country's special powers aren't the greatest in the world.

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