MUHOOZI TO QUIT TWITTER MUSEVENI SAYS.
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After a social media outburst that covered a hazard to invade Kenya, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni declared on Monday that his outspoken son will refrain from the use of Twitter for reliable matters.
Museveni intervened when powerful ordinary Muhoozi Kainerugaba made an undiplomatic rant on Twitter earlier this month.
“He will quit Twitter. We have discussed it. Twitter is not an issue; the problem is what you are tweeting about,” the senior politician stated in an interview with a local Ugandan television station.
However, Kainerugaba, he added, would be free to use social media as lengthy as he restrained his remarks to sports-related topics.
“ Talking about other nations and Ugandan party politics is something he should not and will not do,” Museveni continued.
In early October, the president apologized to Kenya after Kainerugaba threatened to bring his forces to conquer Nairobi, amongst different things.
He also chastised Kenya’s preceding president, Uhuru Kenyatta, for no longer launching an illegal 1/3 presidential candidacy in the August election, which was perceived as a strike towards newly elected President William Ruto.
Last Thursday, the first son additionally requested forgiveness from Ruto, whose swearing-in ceremony Museveni attended.
Museveni praised his son as a “very notable general” in an interview on Monday, notwithstanding having stripped him of his put up as commander of Uganda’s ground forces.
Despite his severa denials that he plans to be triumphant his 78-year-old father, one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders, Kainerugaba has risen rapidly via Uganda’s military ranks.
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