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Ugandan Government Issues Strong Message To President Ruto and Other Kenyans at Whole

The commander of the Uganda People's Defence Force, Muhoozi Kainerugaba, made some remarks that have since sparked a contentious discussion on social media. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uganda has distanced itself from those remarks.

This is in response to General Muhoozi, who is also President Yoweri Museveni's son, asserting arrogantly on Twitter Monday night that he and his army can take Nairobi in two weeks.

In a statement released on Tuesday, Uganda's ministry of foreign affairs made it clear that they disagree with Muhoozi's assertion and emphasized how much they value their relationship with Kenya.

According to a portion of the statement, "The Ministry wishes to emphasize that the Government and the people of the Republic of Uganda treasure the existing strong bilateral relations between the people and the Government of the Republic of Kenya based on our shared history, common values, mutual respect, trust, and the desire to build a unified East African Community."

In light of this, the government of the Republic of Uganda wishes to reaffirm its commitment to cooperation, peaceful coexistence, and good neighborliness.

"The government of the Republic of Uganda does not conduct its foreign policy or any official business through social media, and it also does not rely on social media sources when interacting with other sovereign governments.' According to a statement from the ministry of foreign affairs.

The ministry also stated that it does not conduct official business or conduct foreign policy affairs through social media platforms, reiterating their commitment to the friendship between the two countries.

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