Kenyans, now know what it means to live in Uganda! – Bobi Wine on Museveni’s son’s tweets
Uganda’s opposition leader Bobi Wine has weighed in on President Yoweri Museveni’s son controversial tweets about Kenya.
“Dear Kenyans, you now understand what it means to live in Uganda under Gen. Museveni and his son, whom he gifted the highest military ranks and put him in charge of our land forces!
Sadly, beneath the senseless tweets lies a monster who brutalises and tortures our people for fun!”
Muhoozi Kainerugaba, had a Twitter meltdown on Monday saying he would topple President Ruto’s government in less than two weeks.
“It wouldn’t take us, my army and me, 2 weeks to capture Nairobi,” he tweeted.
He went ahead to express discontent after former President Uhuru Kenyatta failed to contest for a third term.
“My only problem with my big brother is that he did not stand for a third term. We would have won easily,” he wrote.
Not yet done expressing himself, Muhoozi, the Uganda People’s Defence Forces leader, sarcastically laughed at Kenyans who argued that the nation was a democratic one which followed the constitution.
“Haha! I love my Kenyan relatives. Constitution? Rule of law? You must be joking! For us (Uganda), there is only the Revolution and you will soon learn about it!”
President Museveni has altered the constitution twice ruling Uganda for close to four decades. This includes the move to remove the term and age limits from the constitution.
Before taking a swipe at Kenya, Muhoozi had suggested that Wine would never lead the nation calling him ‘Kabobi.’
“Kabobi should know that we will never allow him to be President of this country!”
Adding, “I don’t fear an election against Kabobi. I would beat him very badly! We beat him in 2021, we will beat him again.”
Wine contested last year but lost to incumbent President Museveni. He challenged the results at the Supreme Court but later withdrew the case and has remained a strong critic of the President.
In the recent past, he has claimed that the 78-year-old was behind the abductions that had been happening in the country.