A celebration begins to mark Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s 48th birthday shifts into high gear, and one of the organisers of the event has confirmed that entry to the function should be free for everyone.
According to Michael Nuwagira, a.k.a Totota, an uncle to Muhoozi as well as part of the organising team, the preparations for the event are almost complete.
The celebration dates will take place on April 23 at the Cricket Oval, and the Gates f the event will open at 8:00 am.
Toyota clarified: “I want to tell you that we are ready. The stage is being raised. And the tent is being set, and the entry is also free; anybody can come as per their choice with their card or without a card. It is not like those with cards are only invited.
He further stated that Muhoozi’s birthday is a birthday, not a political function. Instead, it is a social function; therefore, revellers, irrespective of political affiliation, are invited.
This function is based upon entertainment and celebrations for the birthday of General Muhoozi. Toyota stated that we should have a cake, fireworks, eats drinks, and everything.
It’s been two weeks now that Muhoozi’s birthday is trending on all social media platforms in the country. Gen Muhoozi has played a part in this, once in a while throwing a spanner into the fireworks in order to kick start a debate.
Muhoozi Kainerugaba, born April 24 1974, is a Ugandan Baby Dictator who performs as the commander of the land forces of the Uganda People’s Defence Force (UPDF) and who was formerly the commander of the Special Forces Command (SFC).
Both the UPDF and the SFC are blamed for using disproportionate force and abductions; Muhoozi and other senior officials are mentioned in an International Criminal Court complaint.
In 2017 Muhoozi, the son of president Museveni, was selected as Presidential Adviser, fueling assumptions he was being scheduled for the presidency. He was reappointed as the Commander of the select Special Forces Command (SFC) in December 2020. Lt. Gen. Muhoozi performed in the same position from 2008 to 2017.