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General Muhoozi Break Silence Over His Plans On Nairobi, Sends This Message

Today General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, a Ugandan general and the son of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, related his proclamation on catching Nairobi three months prior.

Speaking through his official Twitter account, Muhoozi Kainerugaba revealed that while some people believed "capturing" Nairobi was a joke, for others like him, it was anything but a joke because he understands truth will eventually triumph.

Muhoozi, a senior official adviser in charge of particular tasks, also predicted that the East African group will be recognized shortly.

Muhoozi's tweet about traveling to Nairobi in two weeks caused a web-based uproar, which forced his father Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to apologize on Muhoozi's behalf.

"I made a "Kid" 90 days ago about taking over Nairobi in roughly 14 days. Now, any random individual would have recognized it for what it was—a joke. Whatever the case, it wasn't, which is unfortunate for some. Real life will prevail in the end. We shall comprehend the East African Organization "He composed himself.

His claim falters after he guarantees that Uganda's special forces are arguably among the world's strongest militaries, having been prepared by his father to win every fight.

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