Presidential advisor for special operations, former commander of the elite Special Forces Command (SFC) and President Museveni’s son Muhoozi Kainerugaba has warned whoever intends to ‘mess’ up Uganda.
The First Son made the statement on his official twitter handle, where he posted pictures of army commandos undergoing a military drill.
“I can assure whoever even thinks of messing with Uganda will get a very bad day. Long live UPDF! Long live Ugandan Special Forces!” he tweeted on Monday.
This is not the first time Muhoozi is making such a call, last week during independence day celebrations, Muhoozi said whoever disturbs Uganda’s peace would be crushed to dust.
Ugandan strong! I never used to believe it but Almighty God has made me a believer. Nobody can defeat Uganda! This is God’s country. Whoever dares will be crushed to dust! Ruhanga asiimwe.Happy Independence Day!God bless Uganda!!!🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬 pic.twitter.com/6UvK8h3pXS
— Muhoozi Kainerugaba (@mkainerugaba) October 9, 2019
“Ugandan strong! I never used to believe it but the Almighty God has made me a believer. Nobody can defeat Uganda! This is God’s country. Whoever dares will be crushed to dust! Ruhanga asiimwe. Happy Independence Day! God bless Uganda!” Muhoozi tweeted.
Muhoozi has quickly taken on the speech tone of his father president Museveni who has time and again asserted that whoever intends to disrupt the peace of Ugandans will be in trouble.
In March this year, while commissioning five factories in Mbalala Village, Nama Sub-county in Mukono District, president Museveni issued a warning to anyone planning to destabilise Uganda, saying they will be met with decisive destruction.
“Those who want to disturb Uganda, they don’t know our capacity. Our capacity is very big. Once we mobilise, you cannot survive. I can assure you of that if you are a trouble maker,” he said.
Museveni also said that those who distabilise Uganda will not survive. He said that enemies underestimate Uganda but once we mobilise, they can not survive.
“Those who want to destabilise our country do not know our capacity. It is very big. Once we mobilise, you can’t survive,’ he said.