General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, the son of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, has condemned last week’s invasion of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s family-owned Northlands Farm.
The controversial general who has expressed an interest in taking over the presidency from his father threatened , threatening to send Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) to hunt down the goons.
Describing the retired Head of State as his ‘big brother’ expressing his displeasure regarding Monday’s incident, Muhhozi said he was willing to be deployed at the farm to provide security saying a section of Kenyans who invaded the farm deserves a beating.
Muhoozi however said his father refused to deploy him to Northlands. “I asked Mzee to deploy me as the OC (Officer Commanding) at Northlands. All we need is 200 UPDF soldiers to bring order. He asked me why? I told him that the Kenyans need a good beating. He refused,” He tweeted.
Northlands City was invaded last Monday by goons who destroyed properties, looted sheep and set the farm on fire. Former President Kenyatta who is the Chairman of Azimio One Kenya Coalition has been continually accused by the Kenya Kwanza administration of funding the ongoing demonstrations against the government.