So Yoweri Museveni – the only Ugandan President I have known in my lifetime was in town visiting Kenya. He was accorded all the due diplomatic welcomes by the state agencies including a meeting with the Kenyan President Uhuru.
However, things go too ‘undiplomatic’ when he was slated to visit the Kenyatta University to give a public address to the students. His address was first met by a protest on social media with various activists calling on the students to either protest or boycott the lecture.
Comrades at Kenyatta University you’ve done us proud by calling out Dictator Museveni. Students held peaceful demos chanting @HEBobiwine slogans.
This must be the first time Museveni is watching being booed and can’t order his killer soldiers to open fire pic.twitter.com/3P6TL7ArtT
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) March 29, 2019
Kenyatta University comrades, well done for speaking truth to #Uganda dictator @KagutaMuseveni. Shame to @KenyattaUni leadership for disrupting the academic calendar to host a dictator. Chanting #FreeStellaNyanzi will give Museveni nightmares, comrades, chant her name, LOUDLY! https://t.co/8UXKvvDAMd