Ugandan President’s son: If pro-LGBT companies want to leave, we help them with their bags
General Muhuzzi Kaynerjaba’s tweets often raise eyebrows.
Writing (03/23/2023 11:40, The press is joy) General Muhoozi Kainerugaba is not only a controversial figure, but he is also the son of the President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, adding to the significance of the statements he makes via Twitter to his more than 700,000 followers.
they Tweets Many, since they generally make a fuss, would expect it from someone independent of his father who is one of the poles of opinion in this nation of nearly 50 million with a Christian majority (84% of its population profess to be Christian). In fact, Muhoozi on his Twitter account has a picture of Christ as his profile picture.
In this line, a tweet came out yesterday, already with almost 700,000 views, in which it announces:
“I heard that some foreign companies (I don’t know which ones) want to leave the country because we passed the anti-gay law. We are ready to help you pack your bags and leave our blessed country forever! Uganda is God’s country! We would really thrive without them.”
I hear that some foreign companies (I don’t know which ones) want to leave the country because we passed the anti-homosexuality bill. We are ready to help them pack their bags and leave our blessed country forever! Uganda is God’s country! We would actually thrive without them.
– Muhoozi Kainerugaba (mkainerugaba) March 22, 2023
Well, from the president’s son, good winds and good sea for these companies, but not in Uganda.
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