Uganda's president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has today apologized to the people of kenyans after social media outburst which was caused by his son Muhoozi who's now a top general for Uganda's military Forces.
" I ask our kenyan brothers and sisters to forgive us for the tweets", Museveni has previously cited.
However replying via his official twitter handle, Ex-Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has left Kenyans talking after alleging that God should continue granting Museveni long life and giving him many children who will have good heart as his.
Sonko is one of the kenyan leaders who reacted differently to Muhoozi's previous tweets on capturing Nairobi, something which forced Dr Alfred Mutua to summon Ugandan Ambassador.
Ideally, Muhoozi showed a bad image and therefore deserved punishment but it's ironic that his country instead promoted him.
Meanwhile, we will have to wait and see how kenyans will respond to Museveni's apologies.
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