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Is Amama Mbabazi to blame on MTN – Uganda new saga

Story by Spectre Media

Uganda’s ruling status quo is unsettled over Mr. Mbabazi’s plan to restructure his strategies to come and contest for the presidency in 2021. Highly secretive information that has fallen in the hands of spectre media shows there is a link between the MTN Uganda Saga and Amama Mbabazi’s potical ambitions. 

Who killed Radio ? Its a full year since he passed on

Moses Radio death shocked the nation and the world as it happened so fast when the star was murdered by some bad elements with in Uganda’s music industry , the police carried out investigations and the rest followed.

Why are Ugandans scared of talent one time Radio asked ? however according to Whisper Eye CEO Mr Kaweesa Hope Mulangira, the late Radio was his close friend and they had a lot of investments ideas with him which didn’t come to mature. One evening Radio took him to tour some of his projects that was so appealing and indeed radio was a blessing to this world.

Uganda security recovers 23 guns, cars, arrests 380

Cases of armed robbery, car theft and fraud are still rampant in the country a new report by the Flying Squad Unit (FSU) has revealed.

A six-month report signed by the outgoing FSU commandant, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Peter Kakonge, shows that 21 high calibre guns, including submachine guns (SMGs), semi-automated rifles and pistols were recovered between July 1 and December 30, 2018.

FDC disagrees with DP bloc , calls for a revolution against Museveni

Forum for Democratic change the largest opposition party in Uganda has distanced itself from the new DP led bloc comprising of other opposition parties like SDP , PDP, Jeema and other political pressure groups.

According to FDC vice President Hon Salaam Musumba , FDC has always joined various different political forums which has resulted into difficulties in its structures and meeting resistance from various voters which has in the end created no better outcome.

Makerere University might need us all – Nkunyingi Muwada

The trend of events at the ivory tower warrants the wider public to interest ourselves in events unfolding. I once represented LUMUMBA hall as GRC and indeed contested the Guild Presidency. I as well on various occasions represented the Guild to university council meetings. I’m alive to the fact that all views of stakeholders must be given audience.

The trending events bordering illegality may compromise academic standards and have already at least from rumours demoted the MUK rankings internationally. We are all losers once MUK declines .Its public knowledge that no legitimate dismissal or suspension can stand as a punishment for a staff participating in industrial action.

12 Iranians killed in Israeli strike on Syria; total rises to 21

The report further claimed three squadrons of Israeli jets carried out the attack on Syrian positions.

Syrian air defence batteries responding to what the Syrian state media said were Israeli missiles targeting Damascus, in a picture taken early on January 21st, 2019. (photo credit: STR / AFP)

Uganda troops enter South Sudan

Observers say a number of Ugandan forces briefly entered South Sudan’s Central Equatoria region last week in a possible violation of a United Nations arms embargo.

Ugandan military spokesman Richard Karemire told whisper eye media team that Ugandan forces entered under “a bilateral understanding” to protect a team of engineers fixing the Kaya-Yei road. He said Uganda enters on a case-by-case basis without seeking U.N Security Council permission and that South Sudan’s government is aware of their presence.

In God’s name: Indian girls forced into sex work despite ritual ban

Young girls in south India continue to be “dedicated” to village temples and then forced into prostitution despite laws banning the ancient ritual, researchers said on Tuesday.

The devadasi system, which involves putting a beaded necklace around girls and often leads to a life of sex work and slavery, goes unchecked in Karnataka state, according to two reports released this month.

Cardiff City soccer player Sala missing after plane disappears over English Channel

Cardiff City’s new soccer star Emiliano Sala was on board a light aircraft that disappeared en route to the Welsh capital for his club debut, France’s civil aviation authority said on Tuesday.

Sala was flying from the French city of Nantes to Cardiff when the plane lost radar contact off the English Channel island Guernsey late on Monday.

Kenya policemen go on trial over killing of UK aristocrat’s son

A trial of four Kenyan policemen accused of killing the son of a British aristocrat began in a Mombasa court on Tuesday, with prosecutors saying they plan to bring 45 witnesses to testify.

Naftali Chege, Charles Wangombe Munyiri, Baraka Bulima and John Pamba are charged with the killing in May 2012 of 28-year-old Alexander Monson.

Zimbabwe president condemns crackdown, backers raise impeachment fears

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa promised action on Tuesday in response to a brutal crackdown by security forces on anti-government protesters, as two of his supporters spoke of a possible plot to remove him from office.

Lawyers and activists say police and soldiers have killed at least a dozen people, wounded scores and arrested hundreds since demonstrations began nine days ago following a hike in the price of fuel. Zimbabwe’s Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) accused security forces of systematic torture.

Egypt says dozens of militants killed in Sinai Peninsula

Egyptian security forces have killed 59 militants in the Sinai peninsula recently and have lost seven of their own men, the military said in a statement on Tuesday.

The figures covered the “last period”, the military said without specifying dates or locations of operations. It did not give the identity of suspects or their affiliation.

Assad blocks access to Damascus for EU envoy

Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad has revoked special visas for European Union diplomats and officials traveling regularly between Beirut and Damascus, complicating efforts to distribute aid to civil war victims, three senior EU diplomats said.

Since conflict broke out in Syria in 2011, the EU has used the Lebanese capital, the nearest major city, for its diplomatic base while closing most embassies in Damascus in protest over what they describe as Assad’s brutal assault on the opposition.

Turkish journalist serving life gets another six years in prison

A Turkish court on Tuesday sentenced a prominent journalist serving a life sentence to almost six additional years in prison for leaking information deemed secret by the government, the state-owned Anadolu news agency said.

Nazli Ilicak was sentenced to life in prison along with five other journalists last February for aiding plotters of a 2016 failed coup attempt. All six of the journalists, including Ilicak, have denied the charges.

Russia frees model from police custody who claimed Trump secrets

A model from Belarus who claimed to have evidence of Russian interference in U.S. President Donald Trump’s election was freed from Russian police custody on Tuesday, but remains a suspect in an unrelated criminal case, the TASS news agency reported.

Anastasia Vashukevich and three others were detained upon arrival at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport on Thursday after being deported from Thailand.

Almost 500 migrants brought back to Libya after foiled attempts to reach Italy

The United Nations criticised European countries on Tuesday for not allowing migrants to disembark at safe ports, as Libya’s coastguard said almost 500 migrants trying to reach Italy by inflatables had been brought back to the North African country.

The 473 people found trying to cross the Mediterranean on inflatables in different rescue operations since Saturday included some who were rescued by a cargo ship, coastguard spokesman Ayoub Qassem said.