Freemasons used Muhoozi to divert attention, Miguna claims

The embattled lawyer Miguna Miguna now claims President Yoweri Museveni’s son, Muhoozi Kainerugaba was not himself when he caused a tweeter meltdown.

Miguna claims he was being used to divert attention, terming it a genius move.

With Muhoozi threatening to capture Nairobi hours after Freemasons interview, Miguna says it was a stroke of genius.

“East African freemasons are either extremely adept at media manipulation, or they own the media. It was a stroke of genius how they used Muhoozi Kainerugaba, to divert attention from Ambrose Rachier and Otiende Amolo. Very Clever!” He said on tweeter.

On Sunday evening, NTV carried an interview with Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier, who confessed to being a member of freemasons.

This forced into defense Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo, with whom Rachier owns a law firm.

Otiende denied being a freemason, despite Rachier alluding to the opposite.

Diplomatic tiff

On Monday, Muhoozi, then a Lt. General and Commander of the Ugandan land defense forces, broke loose on Tweeter, threatening to capture Nairobi in two weeks.

His sentiments nearly plunged Uganda and her neighbour, Kenya into a diplomatic tiff.

He has seen been dropped as commander of the lands force, then promoted to a full General.

ALSO READ: Uganda issues statement on Muhoozi tweets

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