Since yesterday, there has been an online fight between citizens of Kenya and Uganda after Muhoozi who is the son to Ugandan president Museveni made very sensitive remarks. Muhoozi was so provocative in his tweets and he was angry for a fact the Ruto succeeded Uhuru Kenyatta. According to Muhoozi, he wanted Uhuru to be the president for the third term and he felt like Kenyans would be safe if he would have been the current president. He went ahead and said that him being a professional army, it would take him and his defense forces just two weeks to capture Nairobi and take control over it. Angry Kenyans actually reacted saying that Muhoozi's Twitter account might have been hacked but if he is the one who actually tweeted then he is just playing with fire and he'll finally get burnt.
Today in the afternoon, Mutula Kilonzo Jr who is the Makueni governor reacted to Muhoozi's tweets and he said that indeed witchcraft is real. Kenyans backed him up and majority said that the son to Museveni is not okay since he is playing with a country that has the best trained KDF in Africa. Source, Twitter, Nation.
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