General Muhoozi, best known as the prodigy son of president Museveni, is removed from office as Uganda Land Forces commander following a series of tweets threatening to attack neighboring countries DRC, Ethiopia and Kenya.
The prodigy son messaging on social media targeting Uganda’s friendly countries led to the country foreign affairs ministry to send apology letters.
General Muhoozi is known to be addicted to social medias. He spends most of his time writing provocative tweets. Some social media users have began to question his mental health status.
Back in July this year Lt General Muhoozi threatened to capture Eastern DRC. His tweets were widely criticized and seen as a shame for Uganda. However, the M23 was able to capture a strategic town in eastern Congo getting assistances from Uganda Land forces. From that point observers have pointed out that Muhoozi’s tweets can go as far and must be taken seriously. As his actions spread anger in the Congo causing diplomatic tensions President Museveni decided to ban him from using social medias.
On social medias debates have gone wide on whether Muhoozi holds his mind still. His tweets at some points would be contradictory. After he called Kenya a district, sparking widely criticism and outrages, President Museveni had to take action. Muhoozi was promoted as full General but he has lost his key position as Uganda Land Forces commander.
Earlier in the day Uganda’s prodigy son sent a tweet saying his beloved father was going to make the changes since he scared a bit too much his fellow Kenya district people.
General Muhoozi has been portraying himself as President Museveni’s heir to lead Uganda. Following a series of tweet he has said his father was going to leave by 2026 as a leader (himself) from the younger generation will be in charge of the country. Tamtam News