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Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s SMACK Teacher Spills Secrets about First Son’s Behavior & Potential to Succeed His Father Museveni as President

Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba. Courtesy Photo
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First Son Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s former teacher at St Mary’s College, Kisubi (SMACK) has shared key facts about President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni’s child, including his character and potential to succeed his father.

Now aged 59, Brother Deodati Aganyira is headteacher at SMACK.

He also taught Lt Gen Kainerugaba during his days at SMACK.

Brother Aganyira says that contrary to what many in the opposition think of the first son, Kainerugaba was a humble, friendly and committed “gentleman.”

“One of the things that struck me was the humility of that boy. I call him a boy, because he is my kid. I could not believe as a son of a head of state, how humble he was, and he was a friendly student,” narrated Aganyira in an interview with The Observer.

“I think he used to come with his food, but he ended up giving it all to his friends. He was sharing and a committed person; very few people with such kind of dignity and status can sit down and concentrate. I describe him as a gentleman, in summary.”

Asked what he thinks about the much rumored Muhoozi Kainerugaba presidential bid, Aganyira said the first son had potential and experience to steer Uganda forward.

“Of course! Why not, if he feels like it? I don’t know whether he wants it, but in case he wants, why not? It depends on what you want, what you have in your head,” said Brother Aganyira.

“You can’t give what you don’t have; you first conceive that and then after that, you serve the public. Quality begins inside; if Muhoozi feels that he is able, then we shall support him but it has to come from him. I think he has enough experience as far as security and management is concerned.”

Additional Reporting: Courtesy/The Observer

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