SHUT YOUR MOUTH!! Kahinda Otafiire's Son Fires Back at MP Kabanda for Attacking His Father


In the latest episode of political tensions within the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) in Uganda, Internal Affairs Minister Maj Gen (Rtd) Kahinda Otafiire's son, Che Otafiire, has engaged in a verbal exchange with David Kabanda, a key member of the MK Movement led by Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba.

The MK Movement, responsible for championing the presidential aspirations of Gen Muhoozi, perceives Maj Gen (Rtd) Otafiire as a political adversary who questions Muhoozi's fitness to lead Uganda. Despite these differences, Otafiire has emphasized that discussing Muhoozi's potential leadership is irrelevant as long as President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni remains strong and in power.

The recent clash erupted when reports surfaced that Otafiire had allegedly orchestrated a raid on Njeru Stock Farm, leading to the arrest of its manager, with whom Otafiire has a land dispute. Kabanda, the deputy spokesperson of the MK Movement, seized the opportunity to criticize Otafiire, accusing him of using his influence as the Minister of Internal Affairs to take control of the farm.

Kabanda argued that Otafiire's actions were reflective of political impunity and questioned Otafiire's motivations, insinuating a connection to his opposition to Muhoozi and the MK Movement. He contended that the MK Movement, led by Muhoozi, would dismantle such impunity.

In response, Che Otafiire dismissed Kabanda's claims, advising him to seek legal redress through appropriate channels. He further criticized Kabanda's character and competence, suggesting that President Museveni dislikes Kabanda due to his alleged questionable actions.

Che Otafiire went on to assert that individuals with greater intellectual capacity, such as Cedric Ndilima and Michael Katungi, should represent Gen Kainerugaba's political agenda when he retires, instead of someone like Kabanda, whom he referred to as a "Year 13 graduate."

Amidst the political tension, rumors have circulated about Che Otafiire's potential presidential candidacy in 2026, ostensibly to thwart Muhoozi's succession to the presidency. Both Minister Otafiire and his son have publicly addressed and denied these speculations.

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