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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Bettina praising a socialite farmer pens emotional open letter to Bobi Wine

Bettina praising aka a proud Farmer has penned an open letter to HE Bad Bobi Wine the Ghetto President. Bettina a farmer based in Gayaza , Wakiso district found in Bobi’s  constituency was  frustrated whenever she  tried to reach her former friend before he became Honourable Bobi Wine in all circumstances she can name.

I have decided to use my social media to help my fans share my message to Bobi Wine.

Bobi Wine pays a visit to former Supreme Court Judge Prof Kanyeihamba

Bobi Wine – Uganda’s new political figure Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine, Member of Parliament Kyadondo East, has  paid a visit to retired Supreme Court Judge Kanyeihamba at his home and shared a lot with the framer of Uganda’s constitution.

Bobi Wine a top musician in Uganda joined parliament this year 2017 

DP losses another senior member Counsel Joseph Balikudembe

The oldest political party in Uganda The Democratic Party(DP) has lost yet another senior member in Jospeh Mukasa Balikudembe which occurred at Nsambya hospital Thursday 30th November 2017.

Mr Balikudembe a former legal advisor of Democratic party succumbed to cancer

Sisi orders military to use brute force

President al Sisi has given permission to the army to wipe out terrorists in Sinai
Fattah al-Sisi authorized troops to use “all brute force” necessary.
No group has yet said it carried out the attack

Mind your business ,Trump tells Theresa May

Donald Trump has told Prime Minister Theresa May to focus on “terrorism” in the UK after she criticized his sharing of far-right videos.
“Don’t focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism

Visa automatic at entry for East Africans to Kenya.

South Sudan government on Tuesday welcomed the speech of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta in which he declared all citizens from the East African countries, including South Sudanese are free to enter Kenya

South Sudan scores highest in violence against women

Violence against women and girls in South Sudan is among the highest in the world, a new survey conducted by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the George Washington University’s Global Women’s Institute a copy availed to whisper eye media team shows.
The report says 65% of women interview said they experienced sexual or physical violence while over half of them reported domestic abuse.

President Kiir shy’s away from responsibility

South Sudan president Salva Kiir has attributed in discussions with regional leaders that the division of armed and non-armed opposition groups was behind the failure of a sustainable ceasefire in the country.
President Kiir, who held talks with the regional leaders

AU-EU should demand investigation of slavery in Libya

The fifth African Union-European Union (AU-EU) summit kicked off on Wednesday in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, against a backdrop of global outcry about reports of alleged slave dealing in Libya, which was exposed by the news network CNN and whisper eye media team earlier this month.
The Politico website reports that declaration will be signed by EU and AU leaders that “demand the opening without delay of a thorough, credible and independent investigation into the alleged sale

Jose Chameleone asked by daughter why people love him

Uganda’s finest musician  Dr Jose Chameleone was asked by his young daughter why people love him, the top singer who has been doing music for close to 20 years, boosting of albums like Maama Mia , Badalisha, and many more.

The Sili Mujjawo  singer while driving from Liquid Silk Naalya

Bebe Cool and Zuena celebrate new born baby girl

Uganda’s top musician Moses Ssali aka Bebe cool aka Big Size welcomed a baby girl as  a new member of his family , the Katoono singer boosting of numerous top songs was seen calling all his friends about the news of his new found love.

Erias Lukwago decries the brutality of KCCA law enforcement Unit

The Kampala Political Head Lord Mayor  Erias Lukwago interfaced with the Presidential Affairs Committee of Parliament on matters regarding the brutality of the Law Enforcement Unit of KCCA.

Specifically, the committee was interested in knowing the training they receive, their mandate and guidelines used in enforcing the of trade order, after receiving numerous complaints against these

MP Winnie Kizza dares FDC new president Patrick Amuriat to sack her

The Uganda’s  Leader of the Opposition Winnie Kiiza Woman Member of parliament Kasese district  has dared the new FDC party president, Partick Oboi Amuriat to suck her and the entire opposition cabinet in the parliament.

Madam Kizza from Kasese who supported the defeated Muntu

South Sudan state of Jonglei centres killing fields

At least 40 people have been killed and 19 others wounded and dozens of children and women abducted during an attack in a rural village in South Sudan’s eastern state of Jonglei.
Jacob Akech Dengdit, Jonglei State Information Minister

South Sudan rival forces fight for Pagak

Rival forces in South Sudan on Monday issued statements in which each side accused the other of initiating military offensives to either regain or retain control Pagak, a town initially controlled by the armed opposition forces on South Sudan’s border with Ethiopia.
Maiwut state governor, Bol Ruach Rom told whisper eye media team that

Uhuru pledges to serve all citizens

“I am required to serve our country as the president of all citizens regardless of colour, creed, religion, tribe, totem or political affiliation,” he said.
Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed to overcome Kenya’s divisions after