Ugandans want the First son Maj Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba to succeed his father as President in the next general elections.
This comes after a section of the youth released Muhoozi’s presidential flag-lets on social media platforms on Wednesday evening.
The flag-lets have since gone viral on internet stirring a debate among political enthusiasts whether it’s a tactic to divert the public from the hotly contested age limit bill.
The country is on tension as several political organisations are up in arms denouncing a tactical move by the ruling party to amend the constitution to scrap the age cap which could pave way for Muhoozi’s father Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to rule for life.
Muhoozi’s succession projected is engineered by a section of young NRM leaders who believe he is the right successor of his father come 2021.
Previously the 2 star UPDF General has come out to distance himself from any political ambitions.
But those advocating for his presidency established a forum called MK-Generation which is administered by renowned NRM activists.
President Museveni has consistently said his son like any other Uganda has a choice to engage in active politics but must follow right procedures of retiring from the Force first.
But there are a number of UPDF serving military officers occupying political offices in Uganda.