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Dear Muhoozi Kainerugaba,

In the world of politics, it is a sad reality that not everyone you encounter will have your best interests at heart. There are those who will put on a facade of love and support, but in reality, they are driven by their own self-interest and insecurities about the unknown if they do not support you. It is crucial to be discerning and cautious, as not everyone who claims to be your ally truly has your back. Some just do not have a convenient option yet.

As the son of a prominent leader, it is understandable that many individuals may seek to manipulate or take advantage of your position. Where you see them as friends, they silently see you as a "bread opportunity". However, it is important to surround yourself with trustworthy and loyal individuals who genuinely care about your well-being and the success of your endeavors.

The task of distinguishing between genuine supporters and those who are merely seeking to protect their personal gain is undoubtedly challenging. It requires a keen sense of judgment and the ability to see through the masks people wear. Seek advice from those you trust, those who have proven their loyalty through actions rather than empty words. Seek counsel from your father too. Over the years, he has mastered the art of managing people and seeing through people. On a lighter note, he seems to only have a problem with the technology of making Tiktok videos but I trust Natasha to make a good tiktoker out of him.

However, on a much more serious note dear Kainerugaba, please nurture relationships with individuals who have consistently shown their support and love for you, especially in times of difficulty. These are the people who will stand by your side through thick and thin, offering genuine guidance and unwavering loyalty. In a world filled with opinions, disagreements, and conflicts, it can be tempting to get caught up in petty fights and arguments. Avoid those who drag your name and reputation into petty fights with everyone trying to show they will "fight" for you. In actual sense, they are simply trying to make noise so that you notice them. Choosing to avoid those who drag your name and reputation into such endless disputes with people is a powerful act of self-preservation and growth. These individuals are like women on "mizigo" that keep fighting with each and everyone, and at the end of the day, the husband pays the price. These people are often driven by ego and personal agendas and can be toxic to your overall well-being and success. By distancing yourself from such negativity, you create space for more meaningful connections, opportunities, and even respect in the face of differing opinions and adversity.

Remember, it is not the number of people who claim to love you that matters, but rather the quality and authenticity of those relationships.

Surround yourself with individuals who are willing to speak truth to power, even if it means respectfully challenging your beliefs or decisions. These, you seem to have very few, yet you need them. True love and support involve honesty and integrity, not blind agreement.

Trust your instincts and be cautious of those who seem too eager to please you or who only show up when there is something to gain. Genuine relationships are built on trust, mutual respect, and a shared vision for the future.

In conclusion, while it is disheartening to acknowledge that some individuals may pretend even for years to love and support you for their own gain, it is crucial to remain vigilant and surround yourself with trustworthy allies. You rather trust the devil that you know than trust an angel that you do not know. Seek the guidance of those who have proven their loyalty through actions, not just words. Put them to the test of time. A real test. Remember, it is the quality of relationships that truly matters, not the quantity. Trust your instincts and always prioritize your own well-being and the betterment of your nation.




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