September 12, 2018 - Whisper Eye

Daily Archives: September 12, 2018

Its only Love messages which flowed to Mp Rwabwogo

Brian Isiko, a student who was recently convicted of sending love messages to Kabarole Woman Member of Parliament, Sylivia Rwabwogo has defended his actions in the High Court.

Hon Mp Zaake health condition relapses

The number of medical specialists attending to Mityana Municipality Member of Parliament Francis Zaake has been stepped up after he quickly relapsed upon being taken off life-support machines on Tuesday.

Libya’s Tripoli airport diverts flights after rocket attack

The only working airport in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, has diverted flights after it came under rocket fire.

There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties at Mitiga

Turkish intelligence ‘captures bombing suspect in Syria’

A Turkish intelligence agency has captured in Syria the chief suspect in the 2013 twin bomb attack in the border town of Reyhanli,  whisper eye media reported.

Hurricane Florence: Mass evacuation from ‘storm of a lifetime’

Highways in US East Coast areas bracing for Hurricane Florence are congested with motorists fleeing “the storm of a lifetime”.

Key Implication in scraping government entities cited in Uganda cabinet decison- Muwada Nkungiinyi

Trending is the cabinet decision,to scrap ,realign and merge various service entities and authorities. The reasons cited seems relevant,like ambiguity, reducing expenditure,harmonising service delivery,inter aria.

Palestinians file war crimes claim against Israel

A day after US national security adviser John Bolton slammed the International Criminal Court as “illegitimate” the Palestinians on Tuesday filed a war crimes claim against Israel with

President Trump talks of radical Islamic terrorism at memorial

President Donald Trump spoke at a memorial for September 11 victims in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on Tuesday and paused awkwardly waiting for applause that didn’t come

Political Sergeant Bobi Wine’s guard charged with treason


Edward Sebuufu alias Eddie Mutwe, the bodyguard of Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has been remanded to prison after he was charged with treason.

Zimbabwe’s opposition Chamisa for mock presidential oath

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Nelson Chamisa may take a mock presidential oath on Saturday;  his spokesman reports

A million Catalonia’s take to streets to mark National day

About a million people have taken to the streets of Barcelona to mark Catalonia’s “National Day” and show continued support for independence.

US-backed force attacks last IS pocket in eastern Syria

A US-backed militia alliance has begun what it says is the final stage of a campaign to clear the Islamic State (IS) group from north-eastern Syria

US President Donald Trump visited memorial to mark 9/11 attack

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have visited a memorial in Pennsylvania to mark the 9/11 attacks 17 years ago.