'Capture in 2 weeks': Ugandan president apologizes for his son's statement to Kenya

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A high-ranking Ugandan military man got into scandals for supporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni asked the people of Kenya for forgiveness for the words of his son General Muhuzi Kainerugaba that the country's capital should be captured for two weeks. The BBC writes about this.

It is reported that earlier Muhuzi Kainerugabu made scandalous statements about the war with Kenya on his Twitter.

“The borders set by the colonialists mean nothing to us revolutionaries”, “My Kenyan brothers, we will be one country. Any war against us will end quickly!”, “I'm glad I scared you Kenyans a little! Two weeks is long Nairobi in a week for sure!” Kainerugabu wrote.

Later, Kainerugabu justified himself by saying that he would not attack the Kenyan army.

“I would never defeat the Kenyan army, because my father told me never trying to do it! So our people in Kenya need to relax!” he wrote.

The Material states that the Kenyan government has not commented on this. However, the Uganda Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement saying that Uganda cherishes its “strong bilateral relationship” with its “brotherly neighbor”.

The publication writes that President Museveni has decided to remove his son from the post of commander Ugandan troops, but promoted him to the rank of general and kept him as his adviser.

“I ask our Kenyan brothers and sisters to forgive us for the tweets sent by General Muhuzi, the former commander of the army, regarding the elections in this great country.

In addition, the BBC writes that Kainerugabu has repeatedly expressed support for Russia, which started a war with Ukraine on February 24, 2022.

In addition, we wrote that in South Africa they demanded the return of the legendary a diamond from the scepter of British monarchs South African authorities call the diamond “bloody” and demand the return of everything that the UK took from them.