Todwong warns first son Muhoozi to “go slow” on comments about NRM
By: AFAYO SHADRACH BETHEL
The NRM Secretary General, Richard Todwong has asked former commander of Land Forces in the UPDF, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba to go slow over his recent attacks towards the ruling party.
The senior presidential advisor on special operations has in the past few months directly attacked the ruling party describing it as being reactionary.
Giving his end of the year address today, the NRM Secretary General didn’t hold back on asking the First Son to go slow on the ruling party and suggested that as a serving officer of the UPDF, the army will take the much needed measures to restrain “one of their own” from breaking the army code of conduct.
Todwong’s comments come on the backdrop of similar comments by the NRM director for mobilization, Rosemary Sseninde who asked Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba to speak responsibly.