Uganda Ruling party National Resistance Movement (NRM) spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa has reacted to the tweets of first son Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba attacking the party. Gen Muhoozi is the son to President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who is also the founder and the president of the NRM. H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni formed the National Resistance Movement (NRM) when he planned to over throw Okello in 1986 which he successfully did and he has not given up power ever since then.
With almost 40 years of ruling Ugandans, President Museveni’s son Gen Muhoozi who is rumored to be the next president of Uganda is getting wild on social media especially Twitter. Gen Muhoozi started with his birthday celebration taking it to different regions of the country and creating Team MK that will help him get to the youths that he is targeting to help change their lives.
It went from there and escalated when Gen Muhoozi started attacking Bobi Wine of the opposition political party on twitter. And now it has gone from bad to worse when he tweeted talking about Uganda army attacking and taking over Kenya which his father President Museveni came out and apologized to the president of Kenya H.E William Ruto and all Kenyans.
Apparently Gen Muhoozi is busy attacking the ruling party National Resistance Movement (NRM) saying he doesn’t believe in it he rather believes in his father President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
“I believe in Jesus Christ and I believe in my father, General @KagutaMuseveni. I certainly do not believe in NRM. In Marxist terms it is probably the most reactionary organisation in the country,” Gen Muhoozi said
According to Rogers Mulindwa, Gen Muhoozi was right in what he said but people didn’t understand him. He said Gen Muhoozi being a general is not supposed to believe in any political party and that shouldn’t make people feel bad.
“Me I think Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba was right by saying he doesn’t believe in NRM because of the position he holds in the country. As a general one is not supposed to believe in any political party but an sure when time comes and he retires he will start believing in NRM” Rogers Mulindwa said