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Has Museveni’s son finally done it? Muhoozi issues chilling threat hinted at sister’s husband 

by Joshua Wanga
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As Yoweri Kaguta Museveni’s days in power continue to face uncertainty due to old-age, the power play within the corridors of Nakasero over who will take over appear to have escalated into a messy blood-feud, with Museveni’s son Muhoozi Kainerugaba seeming to take aim at his sister Patience Museveni’s husband Odrek Rwabogo, who has been also touted as a possible successor to Museveni.

In the backdrop of an alleged vicious succession battle unfolding within the Museveni household between the First Son Muhoozi Kainerugaba and his sister’s husband Odrek Rwabogo, Muhoozi wrote a brief but heavily worded and suggestive tweet. In it he said that anyone who dares to come between him and his father will be taught a very bitter lesson. In a move to even make it more obvious that the target of the tweet is an outsider to the Musevenis, he wondered where such people were when they (The Musevenis) were still refugees. He capped off the tweet with an almost obvious barb at his brother-in-law, that “we shall see who God loves”. It’s worth noting that Odrek Rwabogo is a pastor. Muhoozi’s tweet read,
Muhoozi Kainerugaba
@mkainerugaba

Those who try to come between my father and me will learn a very bitter lesson. Where were they when we were refugees? Tutawona wale Mungu anapenda!

 

Odrek Rwabogo first rose to international prominence after he was appointed  as a presidential advisor for special duties last year. This also made observers to begin posing him side by side with Muhoozi since Muhoozi had previously held this powerful post.

Rwabogo is not only married to President Museveni’s daughter Patience, but he’s also a graduate of both Makerere University and the University of Wales where he studied Media and journalism.
He was born in 1978 is a Pastor at the Covenant Nations Church in Kampala.
Museveni is one of Africa’s longest-serving presidents, having ruled the East African country since he shot his way into State House in 1986. He has won in six consecutive elections while also benefitting from a change in the constitution on two separate occasions to prolong his stay in power.
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