September 10, 2018 - Whisper Eye

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Assassination of afande Kirumira, a closer analysis – Muwada Nkunyingi

The shooting of Yasiin in Arua,seemed isolated and a few had bothered to relate it to past shootings till the most recent of Afande Kirumira.

What is unique is that the two recent victims once sat in the passanger seat of Bobi Wine’s Tundra car. Both close friends of him and on the singular side of the struggle.

Uganda police CCTV installation efforts gear up following another assassination

Closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras installation works on going in major urban centres, key road junctions and highways of Kampala as Police steps up security surveillance efforts.

Uganda police arrests 5 for stealing , dismantling and selling motor vehicle scarp

NANSANA: Kampala Police have arrested five suspects for allegedly stealing, dismantaling and selling motor vehicles to scrap dealers.

The suspects identified as Joseph Magoba, Willy Kizza, Gregory Luyinda, Henry Matovu and Mustafah Kayondo (26) have been arrested from a rented parking yard located at the premises of Daliya Bembe.

IGP Gen Kale Kayihura admitted at Nairobi Hospital

The former Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura is undergoing medical tests at Nairobi Hospital in Kenya, relatives said Monday.

The about of assassinated Uganda police offcier Kirumira Muhammadi

The late ASP Muhammadi Kirumira joined the Police Force as a Probation Police Constable on 29th, January 2005. After his training in Kabalye Police Training School, he was posted to Kibaale District as his first duty station as a detective.

Uganda Police; Nansana burnt car belongs to a civilian not a UPDF soldier

Earlier reports emerged that a security operative believed to be a UPDF soldier was involved in a burst out with a taxi driver resulting into on a toyota Prado  vehicle being burnt into ashes by residents of Nansana.

Sergeant Bobi Wine bodyguard sues Grace Akullo , AG over illegal detention

The director of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), Grace Akullo and other officers , Attorney General   have been sued for the alleged continued illegal detention of the Kyadondo East MP, Mr Robert Kyagulanyi, aka Bobi Wine’s bodyguard.

UPDF soldier’s Motor Vehicle burnt down by angry residents in Nansana

Uganda security operative has escaped death in Nansana, a Kampala suburb after a disagreement erupted when a taxi driver knocked his Toyota Prado Vehicle  parked at Yesu  Amala stage,

President Museveni’s address answered many questions – Sam Evidence

The President of Uganda on Sunday evening took time to host journalists at state House Entebbe and explain a number of issues that have been raised over time. Some people had used the President’s silence to peddle lies and spread propaganda as it has been their way of doing work and their trusted tool.

Uganda Minister Gen J.J Odongo chased by mourners

Uganda Internal Affairs Minister General JJ Odongo chased away by mourners.

There was drama and tension at the burial of the slain cop Mohamed Kirumira at his burial home in Mpambire Butambala Mpigi

Twigger happy Dallas policewoman who shot a black man arrested

A white Dallas police officer who shot and killed a black man in his apartment after she mistook it for her own has been arrested and charged with manslaughter, authorities said Sunday

Clinton is close to jail by Funding Steel Dossier

The run-up to the 2016 election was rife with criminal investigations poised to put Hillary Clinton behind bars once and for all.

South Sudan: Ugandan among 19 killed as Plane crashes into Lake Yirol

Nineteen people were killed when a small passenger plane crashed into a lake as it tried to land in thick fog in central South Sudan, reports say.

Germany migrants: Protesters march over young man’s death in Köthen

Far-right and opposition anti-fascist crowds have taken part in protests in Köthen in eastern Germany, where a German man earlier died following an alleged fight with Afghan men

Swedish election: Main blocs neck and neck as nationalists gain

The Swedish general election has left the two main political blocs almost tied, with the anti-immigration party making gains on its previous results.

9/11 attack: New York City subway station reopens after 17 years

A New York City subway station has reopened for the first time since it was destroyed 17 years ago in the 11 September 2001 terrorist attack.