Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the commander of the Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF), asserted that the former head of state would have easily won the election.
The son of the president of Uganda, Muhoozi Museveni, has conveyed unsettling communications to William Samoei Ruto, the leader of Kenya.
Muhoozi Museveni expressed grave opinions on Twitter that will undoubtedly endanger Kenya's independence.
He notably said that Kenya and Uganda were one nation and that it would only take him two weeks to occupy Nairobi, the capital.
He continued by saying that there is no chance that they will adhere to the frontiers drawn by the colonial rulers.
Kenyans have responded to his statement in a variety of ways on social media.
Sen. Azimio Allie Ledama Ole kina of Kenya retorted by informing him that he is deserving of making a hint at overthrowing our government.
He asserted that superiority was not defined by what one could expose, but rather by what a person could conceal from the outside world."A man’s worth is not determined by what he reveals to his world but by what he hides from the world. Hautoshi Mboga! Jaribu," Ledama Tweeted. Here is the link; https://twitter.com/ledamalekina/status/1576958706495139840?t=wihA7GY9Q8W-WXzTJ8WSxw&s=19
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