Ugandan activist Bobi Wine has told off President Museveni’s son Muhoozi Kainerugaba for assuming Uganda belongs to his dad.
Bobi hit at Muhoozi after he shared a satirical illustration of him and Bobi Wine over who will take over once Museveni steps down.
“Me and my young brother Kabobi arguing over who can fill my father’s shoes! Thanks to the best artist in Uganda…Kintu!” penned Muhoozi.
To which an agitated Bobi Wine responded,
“I am not your brother and I’m not competing for your father’s shoes. You’re entitled to M7’s shoes, cows, and even his hat. One mistake you make is to think that Uganda is one of your father’s properties for you to inherit.”
Bobi Wine is a sworn critic of President Museveni.
This is because he has on different occasions contested for Uganda’s highest seat to the disappointment of the dictator Head of State.
So messy are things between the two that Bobi Wine has been arrested on several occasions.
In 2017 his house was blasted by unknown people, and he was also put under house arrest. Museveni is a dictator who got into power in January 1986.
He spearheaded rebellions that toppled Ugandan presidents Milton Obote and Idi Amin before he captured power in 1986.