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Reactions after Muhoozi asks an interesting question about Westlands

The Ugandan President's son, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, has asked a question that irritates Kenyans' ears, especially the government.

The general seems to have reignited his online storm with Kenyans regarding a purported plan "to invade Kenya." Following the previous action of threatening the current government to attack Nairobi last year, shake the government until it forces the President of Uganda to send a long letter of apology to Kenya.

In the meantime, he attacked Nairobi and went ahead and asked where he would like to live after the attack. He seized two places: Westland and Riverside.

Yesterday night, on Tuesday, 2023, he reignited the flame and asked the same question again on Twitter, which caused a lot of reaction.

Is Westlands still up for sale?

The tweet drew numerous reactions, as most people dismissed his point as an attempt to court controversy.

"Umeamua kulitia taifa aibu tena?" asked @DrAbdinasser

"It’s the most expensive constituency in Kenya, so it can never be up for sale," wrote @Benji Ndolo.

"We know why you had to drag Kenya into your tweet. Tweets aren't going viral. 420 likes for a public figure? "You had to involve Kenya for some tweet traction," shot @Eddie_Mugoh.

The action of retweeting has woken the state from its slumber, and to Kenya, it's high time for the government to bring peace with Ugandans in general as soon as possible.

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Muhoozi Muhoozi Kainerugaba Nairobi Westland Westlands


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