Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, President Museveni's only son and Ugandas heir apparent, turns 47 today. For this reason, Ugandans thronged social media to wish their beloved General a happy birthday and to thank him for his service to the country, as can be seen below.
Nankunda Janet, a resident of Kampala too wished the general a belated birthday "Happy birthday to my next president Muhoozi Kainerugaba," she said. Linet Kyomuhendo, on her part, for the first time, will celebrate her next president's birthday. "Happy birthday General Muhoozi Kainerugaba" she added.
Musoga wa Basoga wished Afande Muhoozi Kainerugaba. "We love you and are proud of you. God bless you and your family" he concluded.
However, amid the adulations from Museveni supporters, a section of citizens with differing political propensities lost no time calling out the General for the ills he has committed.
For instance, Karina Williams believes General Muhoozi is responsible for the abductions and killings of Ugandans day and night. Many others are in incarnation for no crime.
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