General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, son of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, has announced that he will no longer tweet about official matters.
It comes after a social media uproar caused by Gen Kainerugaba, 48, who tweeted that his country would invade neighboring Kenya and seize control of its capital, Nairobi, in two weeks.
Later, following the tweets, President Museveni begged Kenyans for “forgiveness”
“He will leave Twitter. We have this discussion. Twitter is not a problem. The problem is what you are tweeting about,” President Museveni told a local Ugandan television station on Monday.
He added: “Talking about other countries and partisan politics of Uganda is something he should not do and he will not do it.”
The seasoned leader declared that his kid was free to tweet about “sports or topics that are not controversial.”