Ugandan president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni seems to be dominating Kenyan media after a few weeks of controversial statements.
Museveni’s son was the first to comment about Kenya after ‘threatening’ to capture Nairobi in a span of two weeks.
A few weeks later, Museveni in his interview with KTN has revealed that he owns lands in Kenya from Mombasa and Naivasha.
Museveni’s statement came after being criticised for not punishing his son Kaneruga Muhoozi who had initially ranted on Twitter about capturing Nairobi.
Despite Muhoozi’s statement which could nearly threaten the diplomatic relationship between the two countries, he was elevated to higher ranks.
Museveni claimed to own land in Kenya a statement that has not settled down well with a number of Kenyans.
According to a number of Kenyans who reacted to Museveni’s claims, the ongoing rants between Museveni and Kenya should not have tolerated.
However, no one knows if Museveni’s statement was as a result of his love for Kenya or rather just a reckless remarks.