Ugandan President bans Son from Twitter following arguable Tweets

Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni has introduced that his son might not tweet approximately the country’s affairs, after a sequence of debatable tweets in early October wherein he threatened to invade Kenya.

The unfriendly phrases of General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the 48-year-old, son of the pinnacle of nation, had angry the Kenyan neighbour. He had advised that it’d take him and his military now no longer “ weeks” to take over the Kenyan capital Nairobi.

“He’s going to depart Twitter. We have had this discussion. Twitter isn’t always a trouble. The trouble is what you tweet,” stated the person who has dominated Uganda when you consider that 1986, in an interview with a neighborhood Ugandan TV station.

“Talking approximately different international locations and Uganda’s politics is some thing he ought to now no longer do and could now no longer do,” Museveni added.

Muhoozi Kainerugaba will nevertheless be capable of explicit himself on social media, the president stated, so long as he limits his feedback to sports, for example.

It must be recalled that during his collection of messages on Twitter on October 3, the Ugandan president’s son additionally criticized former Kenyan head of kingdom Uhuru Kenyatta for now no longer walking for re-election in August, despite the fact that the Constitution forbids him to serve extra than  terms.