Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba
The boy of Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni states it would take the nation’s army less than a day to put down any effort by mutinous soldiers to stage a coup, comparable to the one that ousted Guinea’s President Alpha Cond é.
Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, who is the army’s leader of land forces, tweeted that mutinous soldiers would go through “discipline”.
He consisted of an image of Col Mamady Doumbouya, the officer who led the coup in Guinea.
Last week, Mr Museveni contacted the coup leaders in Guinea to “get out”, stating that the takeover was a “step backwards”.
“We had them in the 1960s – they were part of Africa’s problems so I condemn the coup,” he informed France 24.
Mr Cond é – Guinea’s three-term president – was eliminated from power on 5 September by soldiers from an elite system.
They implicated him of mismanagement and corruption.
The coup has actually been extensively condemned outside the West African country, however lots of Guineans have actually revealed assistance for the ousting of the 83-year-old president, while prompting the army to assist in a go back to civilian guideline.