Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni's son General Muhoozi Kainerugaba has come out to lecture the Kenya and Rwandan Peace envoy to the Democratic Republic of Congo for having failed to quell the aggression of the M23 rebels in Eastern Congo.
Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania have been among the top volunteers who have been working to help Congo restore its peace after an increase in terrorist attacks from the M23. General Muhoozi for the past couple of weeks has been quite and on Friday night he came out to reveal where he has been.
Muhoozi said that he has been resting while reading through some past materials on how the East African community and Africa at large can be united. With confidence he said that he has confirmed that it is the current generation that will transform the continent of Africa.
"I greet all our people in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Do not be troubled that I have been silent for some weeks. I have been doing some small reading. I am now more than sure that our generation will transform Africa!" Muhoozi said.
For a long time Muhoozi has been known to suggest possible solutions to the problems facing the African continent. He believes that African is a great continent and if its inhabitants united they can achieve a lot just like the westerners. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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