Commander of Land Forces Lt General Muhoozi Kainerugaba has issued warning to terrorist groups who are throwing low power bombs in Kampala that they will be taught a lesson.
Muhoozi issued a warning via twitter saying that these terror groups a joking with Ugandans whom he called descendants of Bachwezi saying that they should know they are no match for bachwezi.
“I pity those who think they can defeat Bachwezi…Uganda is a nation of descendants from Bachwezi,” Muhoozi said in a tweet.
Bachwezi were a group of rulers who ruled the Bunyoro Kitara kingdom which extended from River Nile in north, River Nile and Lake Victoria in the east as far as Lake Tanganyika in the south to include modern Buganda, Bunyoro, Tooro, Ankole, Kigezi, Rwanda, Burundi, North Western Tanzania and part of Eastern Congo. They are believed to have been demi-gods.
Although the Bachwezi Empire perished more than half a millennium ago, First son Muhoozi has more often referred his father President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni as a true muchwezi telling those fighting him that they should give up on fighting a Muchwezi.
Muhoozi’s warning comes just a day after the second bomb exploded on Swift Safaris bus in Lungala, which was heading to Ishaka – Bushenyi where one passenger was reported dead and another injured. The first bomb exploded on Saturday night at Digida pork joint in Komamboga, Kawempe – Kampala where one person was reported dead.
Muhoozi concluded by telling those ‘small bombs’ throwers that they will be taught a lesson not to joke with Bachwezi ever again.
“Those who are throwing small bombs around will learn a tough lesson.” Concluded Muhoozi with a photo of ‘senior muchwezi’ Museveni.