Re-known blogger Abraham Mutai has lashed out at Uganda's president Kaguta Museveni after he posted a photo enroute to Kenya for Ruto's inauguration.Taking to his official Twitter account,Mutai expressed his disappointment in the president who has been in power for thirty six years.Mutai stated that Museveni is leading Uganda with an iron fist after refusing to get out of power.He attacked the president for allegedly violating human rights in the last general election of his country.He added that Museveni saw his opponents killed and maimed so as to stay in power.In this regard,Mutai expressed his disappointment in the president visiting the country to witness an inauguration that is a product of democracy."You killed and disappeared opponents,you shut down internet and you are coming to Kenya proudly..Huna aibu?"read the tweet in part.What is your take on these comments by Mutai? Kindly drop in your comments as you like share and follow this channel for more exclusive articles.Remember to maintain peace and avoid incitement during this post elections period.
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