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Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba Clashes With Father Museveni On Twitter 

First son Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba has become accustomed to controversial messages via his Twitter page. In fact Ugandans and his followers are no longer surprised by what he tweets.

This was the same case this time round as he clashed with his father President Museveni on the blue bird app.

Museveni took to Twitter to update the region about the ongoing instability in the DRC.

The CIC revealed that the Uganda Airforce with permission from the DRC attacked and destroyed a big camp of the ADF rebels.

He added that he was providing this information so that Ugandans and Africans know that the Continent has the capacity to solve these chronic security problems.

He further added that the terrorists had fled beyond the area of operations of the UPDF. However, these ‘ignorant’ terrorists don’t know that the UPDF can reach them in just minutes.

Therefore, as long as there is approval from the Congo government, the UPDF will continue to pursue these terrorists.

This saw Muhoozi take to the tweet and declare that this is classified information. Not in any way was it supposed to come out. Therefore all the people in charge of his father’s social media accounts need to be fired.

“The people who are in charge of my father’s social media accounts should be fired! This kind of information is classified!.”

The ex-commander of the Land Forces had also earlier made controversial tweets in regards to the M23 rebels in the DRC.

Muhoozi referred to the M23 rebels as his brothers. And these are fighting to protect the rights of the Tutsi in DRC.

“As for M23, I think it is very, very dangerous for anybody to fight those brothers of ours. They are NOT terrorists! They are fighting for the rights of Tutsi in DRC.”

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