Ukraine-Russia Conflict:”Uganda should send troops to defend Moscow” – Gen Muhoozi

Gen. Kainerugaba Muhoozi the son of UG president Museveni, said he would send troops to defend Moscow in case of “imperialist” threat.

Gen. Muhoozi wrote on Twitter “call me +putinist+ if you want, we Uganda should send soldiers to defend Moscow if  it is threatened by imperialist”.

He added that west is wasting it’s time with useless pro-Ukrainian propaganda.

This comes after the president Museveni have announced that his Son and three daughters will no longer tweet or speak about country’ affairs, this was after Gen. Muhoozi in October last year tweeted threatening Kenya with invasion.

Kainerugaba continued his tweets and yet his father president said nothing.

The 48, Gen. Have announced his candidacy in 2026 president election.

Uganda has abstained from UN votes on the Ukrainian conflict, including one in February on the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which called on Moscow to withdraw its troops from the Ukraine territory.

In July, during a tour of Africa by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Kainerugaba said, referring to Russia, “How can we be against someone who has never hurt us?”

This was seen as the sign for Moscow supportive courage in General’s heart.

Russia has traditionally had strong ties to Africa because of its support for independence movements on the continent that were then struggling with colonial powers.

Observers have long considered Muhoozi Kainerugaba to be a likely successor to his father Yoweri Museveni, 78.

Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba tweeted on Thursday announced the creation of Radio.

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