The son of the president of the Republic of Uganda Muhoozi caused uproar on twitter after claiming that he had the capability of capturing Nairobi within 2 weeks with his army. Kenyans on twitter became furious and lashed at him stating that Uganda has no resources to enable it capture Kenya's capital. Other Kenyans even demanded apology from him, as he is the top leader in Uganda's military.
Muhoozi has this afternoon confessed that his tweets really scared Kenyans and he therefore sought to speak to his father, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on the same. He acknowledged that it was an unnecessary uproar as both countries hold a very deep relationship. He added that he will announce the changes he will make and even make a special prayer for Ugandan army.
Many leaders have been against Muhoozi as he was imposed to the people by his father president. Some claimed that he is bringing back the tension that was previously created by a former president Idi Amin Dada when he wanted to capture Kenya.
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