Uganda Speaks after Museveni Military Son went on Twitter Rampage

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By TCD TEAM.

The government of Uganda has distanced itself from President Yoweri Museveni son- Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s tweets about capturing Nairobi, saying the country is committed to peaceful coexistence with Kenya.

In a statement, Uganda’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry said that it had noted the debate that was ongoing on social media in respect of Kenya and its neighbor Uganda and that it treasured the strong bilateral relationships between the two countries.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uganda has noted
the debate on social media concerning the relationship between
Uganda and our brotherly neighborhood the Republic of Kenya.

The Ministry wishes to emphasize that the Government and the
people of the Republic of Uganda treasure the existing strong bilateral relations between the people and the Government of the Republic of Kenya based on our shared history, common values, mutual respect, trust, and the desire to build a unified East African Community.

To this end, the Government of the Republic of Uganda wishes to reiterate its commitment to a good neighborhood, peaceful coexistence and cooperation.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to clarify that the Government of the Republic of Uganda does not conduct its Foreign Policy and other official business through social media nor does it depend on social media sources in dealing with other foreign Governments.

The Government of the Republic of Uganda, therefore, wishes to reiterate its cordial relationship with the Republic of Kenya and assure the people and the Government of the Republic of Kenya of our harmonious relationship that we value.

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