October 17, 2017 - Whisper Eye

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Leicester city manager Craig Shakespeare sacked

Leicester City have sacked manager Craig Shakespeare just four months after he signed a three-year deal to take the job on a permanent basis.

The Foxes are third from bottom in the Premier League and have not won any of their past six league matches.

Shakespeare, 53, succeeded title winner Claudio Ranieri in February,

Trump is either a genius,smart, deranged or dense

Donald Trump, the President of United States is being considered unstable and increasingly dangerous but not certainly dense.

This is according  to leading psychologists

Orthodox priest stabbed to death in Cairo

Cairo- Father Samaan Shehata, an orthodox priest was stabbed to death in Cairo.

The motive for the attack which was filmed on CCTV was not known.

However, the minority Copti community has been targeted repeatedly in recent months.

Indian court annuals Hindu marriage

The Indian court has annulled the marriage of a Hindu woman who converted to Islam and married a Muslim man.

This term has been

Militants attack church in Egypt Sinai penisula

Egyptian army and security officials said militants fired rocket propelled grenade and assault rifles at guards outside the Church of Saint George in the centre

Beijing’s new airport getting its roof

The roof and glass at the main terminal building of Beijing’s new airport are being installed, with crews attempting to seal off the building from weather by the end of this year or soon thereafter,

EU-China cooperation vital as U.S unilateralism writ large: EU expert

The importance of EU-China cooperation is becoming more and more obvious, as the United States’ unilateralism is writ large, EU expert Gerhard Stahl said in a recent interview with Whisper eye.

Get well soon NRM supporter to Bedridden Mp Zaake francis Butebi of Mityana

“Don’t be fooled or get intimidated, iam an NRM but, tetujja jikwatako Muzeeyi agende awumule.
Change is what we can believe in now.
Go on…
Quick recovery, you awoke so many people that we didn’t make a mistake voting you, nebwotaddamu kuteesa, your charisma on the age limit issue proved the big deal for us.

UPDF starts recruiting for 4000 slots

The Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) has commenced a recruitment drive aiming at getting 4000 soldiers into the force.

Vipers SC to start awarding outstanding players every month

Vipers Sports Club is planning to start awarding players on a monthly basis for their individual performances in the Azam Uganda Premier League.

Police rescue 2 kidnapped kids, suspects apprehended

Police Flying Squad has rescued two children who were kidnapped by two men from Herb Kindergarten School in Nsangi, Wakiso.

President Kenyatta tells foreign powers to keep off his country

President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated the only path to the presidency is through the ballot. The Head of State warned that the Government would take action against Opposition leader Raila Odinga over violent protests.

Ofwono Opondo: President Museveni doesn’t need Immunity

The misguided attempts by a coterie of opposition MPs, and the usual NRM attention-seekers to violently obstruct Raphael Magyezi, MP Igara West, from tabling his Constitutional Amendment Bill in parliament has fallen through, and so the Bill was formally tabled for First reading and referred to the committee on Legal and Parliamentary affairs for detailed consideration.

Kanungu people give 3 goats to FDC’s Ingrid Turinawe

Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) secretary for mobilization Ingrid Turinawe last Tuesday tried to rescue her goat from police which was taken away  last year when she was taking it to Makerere University for a fundraising drive to help financially the then striking teaching staff of the university.