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President Museveni Reportedly Under International Pressure Over Muhoozi’s Tweets

News sources coming in indicate that Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is reportedly under intense international pressure over his son, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s comments to catpure and kill Kenyans.

This was revealed by Ugandan US-based journalist, Remmy Bahati. This has even forced Muhoozi to delete the tweets.

“News Alert: A trusted source tells me that President @KagutaMuseveni is under immense International pressure over his son’s tweets threatening to capture & kill Kenyans. Gen. @mkainerugaba has been forced to delete the tweets.”

In a series of now-deleted tweets, Muhoozi threatened to capture and kill any Kenyan that would resist his aggression. He even dared his father to sack him for the second time after these remarks.

He also ordered the Kenyans to apologize to him for all the beatings he received as a young man. These were meted out to him for being Museveni’s son yet they now pretend to be his father’s best friends.

The tweets however were later deleted and it’s said this is because of International pressure. This isn’t the first time that the leader of the MK movement is threatening Kenya. He did so last year and this resulted in a public outburst both in Uganda and across.

Museveni reacted by demoting his son from his role as Commander of the Land Forces. He was also banned from using Twitter by his father but he proved to be an uncontrollable child.

Once back on the Elon Musk-owned app, Muhoozi has continued to spew out controversial topics.

After removing him from the Land Forces job, he was promoted to General. Museveni said that despite his son being erratic, he needed to be encouraged in the field where he’s strong.

Muhoozi has even showed the desire to kick his father from the presidency and replace him.

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