The questionable leader of Uganda Individuals’ Protection Power (UPDF), Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, has said he has no designs to go after Kenya after his dad exhorted him against taking such an evil action.
Muhoozi, who is President Yoweri Museveni’s child had Monday given a subtle provocation recommending a potential invasion into the Kenyan domain.
In any case, on Tuesday he seemed to have mellowed out, asking the bunch Kenyans on Twitter who had attacked him and challenged his false front to relax a little.
“I could never thrash the Kenyan armed force in light of the fact that my dad told me never to endeavor it! So, our kin in Kenya ought not to be worried,” Muhoozi tweeted.
Muhoozi went on to thank his East African allies for assisting him with drawing in 600k adherents on Twitter.
“Much obliged to you, my adherents. How about we come to 1 million soon. I value the affection. Allow me to perceive the number of East Africans that actually love me. Retweet and like for our undertaking!”
He said he held onto no resentment against Kenyans who had stuck his Twitter page to hate him for his delicate expressions on Monday.
“KOT, I excuse you for the put-downs you have heaved against me. If it’s not too much trouble, we should cooperate to make East Africa extraordinary.”
In his most memorable hard-hitting tweet that prepared a ruckus, Muhoozi said it wouldn’t take the Ugandan armed force fourteen days to catch Nairobi.
He further said that Uhuru might have won the official decisions assuming he had proposed to strive for the third time.