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Not even Museveni can ban me from Twitter- says Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba

Supporters of newly ordained General, Muhoozi Kainerugaba have been worried that their idol and projected 2026 President might soon get kicked off the blue bird app by his father, Gen Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

He’s however come out to reassure them that nobody can kick him off Twitter.

Not even his father because he’s an adult who can take decisions for himself.

This is after while speaking to Kenyan journalist Sophia Wanuma, President Museveni said that Muhoozi is going to go off Twitter.

This is a discussion the two, father and son have had and it was non negotiable.

It followed Muhoozi’s erractic remarks of capturing Nairobi and Kenya via Twitter.

This brought about widespread criticism towards the General which prompted the father, Gen Museveni to apologize on behalf of his son and all Ugandans (not quite sure what Ugandans’ fault in this case was).

Sophia Wanuma asked Museveni if he would have apologized for any other top government/military officer or if his son was being given preferential treatment.

Museveni said that it was wrong for Gen Muhoozi to comment about the issues of other countries and also if he wants to tweet, he can do so about sports and entertainment.

This however won’t be for long because he’s going off the Twitter streets.

Muhoozi who has been in Rwanda on an official visit on getting back said he learnt about this journalist who asked his father to kick him off the app.

The former Commander of the Land Forces said that no one has the authority to kick him off the app and he will stay.

Well we shall he waiting to see if he defies his father’s orders in case if he, President Museveni meant his words.

Muhoozi has however severally and continuously made comments deemed erratic and controversial by many because of his public position in the army.

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