Uganda’s General Muhoozi: ‘I’ll Be President After My Father’
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s son, General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, has said he will succeed his father as the next president.
In yet another of his controversial Twitter posts on Friday, the General noted that his ascension to Uganda’s top seat was cast in stone and that persons trying to prevent it were fighting a losing battle.
“I will be President of this country after my father. Those fighting the project are lost. MK Movement will win!” he said.
Prior to the aforesaid utterances, Muhoozi, in a now deleted tweet, reignited his online storm with Kenyans regarding a purported plan “to invade Kenya”.
“I will capture Nairobi for sure! That’s my hometown. If any Kenyan tries to prevent me. He’ll be soup! We will drink him for dinner. My father can sack me again if he wants,” read the deleted tweet seen by Citizen Digital.
According to Muhoozi, Kenyans are wary of Uganda because of its military might which he claims is far superior to Nairobi’s.
“Some Kenyans fear us because they know our military is greater than theirs. Our Army can capture Nairobi in 1 week!” said Muhoozi.
In October last year, Muhoozi sparked controversy after sending a series of tweets in which he threatened to invade Kenya and seize Nairobi.
He even went ahead to ask his followers for suggestions on where he should live in Nairobi if the purported invasion plans succeeded, naming a few plush neighbourhoods such as Westlands and Riverside.
“It wouldn’t take us, my army and me, 2 weeks to capture Nairobi,” he said. “After our army captures Nairobi, where should I live? Westlands? Riverside?” he posed.