Judging from the Muhoozi project and the influence the first son also Commander of Land Forces has garnered on social media, Fatboy Show presenter James Onen alias Fatboy has suggested that the first son should socialise more with Ugandans if he has interest in becoming President in a few years to come.
During the Fatboy show, James Onen said that with more videos evidently showing support for the first son as a presidential candidate which he often posts and shares, in addition to the strategic visits to other statesmen, Lt. Gen Muhoozi might want to engage more with people off his favourite social media platform, Twitter.
“I’d say that the strategy is a good one to show that there’s some sort of growth among ordinary people. Maybe he can do more in the real world like his father who is very much a people person. So rather than troll people on Twitter which admittedly is entertaining, he should consider attending events to charm the crowd. I think this will sell him in future as a viable candidate for presidency if it's the intention,” said Fatboy
Fatboy and his co-host Daniel Omara were commenting on the recent thread of tweets that the first son Muhoozi Kainerugaba had been posting showing mass support for him as a presidential candidate.
Daniel in his remarks said the support that the first son seems to be accumulating, seems to be from one side of the country as beautiful ladies showcased in the videos have similar appearances. Besides, he might not acquire overwhelming support as most social media users would be skeptical about his character based on his tweets.
He also asserted that being a son of the President, Muhooozi might have a privileged shadow that some people might fail to recognize as one who might win the presidency on merit, but by virtue of having the President as his father.
Nevertheless, Daniel agreed that Lt. Gen Muhoozi needed positive public relations and public association inorder to position himself better.
The Fatboy show is hosted by James Onen aka Fatboy, Olive and Sarah every weekday from 6am to 10am on RX Radio.