Famous Lawyer, Dr Miguna Miguna, has now alleged those behind Muhoozi Kainerugaba recent threats of attacking Kenya, particularly Nairobi, something which has caused different reactions from netizens.
Taking to his social media account, Dr Miguna claimed that it was a strategy which was employed by freemasons to divert attention from Ambrose Rachier who recently made some revelations concerning the cult. According to him, Muhoozi was not actually serious on attacking the country.
"East African FREEMASONS are either extremely adept at media manipulation, or they OWN the media." Said Dr Miguna Miguna.
"It was a stroke of GENIUS how the FREEMASONS used Janet Kataaha Museveni's toddler, Muhoozi Kainerugaba, to DIVERT attention from Ambrose Rachier and Otiende Amolo. Very Clever!" He added.
Rachier's revelations has shocked a number of individuals including Hon Otiende Amollo who denied being a member of the group.
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