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Uganda will send soldiers to Moscow to defend Putin if need be – President’s son

Muhoozi, who is son of president Yoweri Museveni said Uganda will deploy troops to Moscow if it become necessary to help Putin fight a group he referred to as ‘imperialists.’

“Call me a ‘Putinist’ if you will, but we, Uganda shall send soldiers to defend Moscow if it’s ever threatened by the Imperialists!” he tweeted on March 30, 2023.

Believed to be eyeing the presidency when next elections are held, Muhoozi, a controversial figure leading a group called ‘Muhoozi Movement’ has serially used Twitter to make controversial takes bordering on diplomacy, politics and personal life.

He recently criticised the decision by some Ugandan journalists to visit Kiev to report on the Russia-Ukraine war.

“In Africa, we only believe in President Putin when it comes to Eastern Europe. The West is wasting its time with its useless pro-Ukraine propaganda. Russia, China, Africa, India, South America shall win in Ukraine. 75% of humanity shall win against 15%,” another of his pro-Russia tweets read.

See his tweet below:

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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