Muhhozi Kainerugaba is Ugandan Millitary Commander serving as the commander of the land forces of Uganda People's Defence Forces. He was previously holding the top position of commander of special Forces command. He is the son of the incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
Taking to his Twitter account, Muhoozi recalled moments they shared with Kenya's former President Uhuru Kenyatta while in office. He said that if the Former President was allowed to contest for the third time, he would have won easily.
He further said that he spoke with him today describing him as an incredible and courageous man. He however detailed that they are planning to meet soon in Uganda on Uhuru's visit.
The Former President has been out of public scene since he exited office during President William Samoei Ruto's swearing in. Many Kenyans shared mixed views on the post. Here are some of their comments on it. https://twitter.com/mkainerugaba/status/1576903681009586177?t=fWNPDJvGmvOx7KnQS_5tWA&s=19
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