September 13, 2018 - Whisper Eye

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Political Sergeant Bobi Wine energise new generation

“We used to be scared,” said Josephine Katumba, a 30-year-old hairdresser in Kamwokya, a poor suburb of Uganda’s capital Kampala.

“We don’t have fear anymore.”

Fear grips Uganda MP’s

Busongora North Member of Parliament William Nzoghu has said he is living in fear as unknown people have been trailing him for two days.

Hurricane Florence poised to ‘kill a lot of people’

Hurricane Florence, which is nearing the US East Coast, could “kill a lot of people”, officials warn.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) spokesman Jeff Byard said

Skripal suspects: ‘We were just tourists in Salisbury

Two men named as suspects in the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the UK have said they were merely tourists.

The men, named as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov,

California shootings: Six dead in Bakersfield

Six people have been killed in linked shootings in the city of Bakersfield in California, police say.

A man and his wife drove to a trucking business in the city

Mukono Artists arrested by UPDF over printing Bobi Wine’s people power T-shirts

Two Mukono residents have been arrested by Uganda Peoples  Defence Forces(UPDF) over printing people power t shirts  a pressure political group in Uganda led by Kyadondo East Member of Parliament H.E Bobi Wine .

American citizen commits suicide in entebbe, Uganda

James Lakin Crow, a 21 year old American citizen was on Thursday morning discovered dead at the Uganda Wildlife Education centre (Entebbe Zoo). The deceased reportedly hanged himself at the

When criminal justice resembles injustice – Muwada Nkunyingi

The Case for Arua Suspects Trials. Its trite law that any person suspected to have committed an offence can be arrested by a civilian,a police officer ,a judicial officer and indeed an army officer can legally execute an arrest.

Iran is feeling the American pinch

Iran is “feeling the pain” from the sweeping sanctions revived by President Trump in August, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, told  whisper eye media team Wednesday.

A top jihadist operative put out of action

A senior jihadist operative has been killed in Mogadishu, official said.

The spokesman for the Somali Police Force, Col Kassim Ahmed Roble, said Abukar Hassan Adde, better known as Sayyid Abukar,

Algerian rapper Rashid Taha passes on

Algerian singer Rachid Taha has died of a heart attack at the age of 59 at his home in Paris, French media reports.

His music was a unique mix of Algerian Maghreb “rai” rhythms and electronic rock

Pastor Mumba forgiven on earth and Zimbabwe

Former Zambian Vice-President Nevers Mumba has avoided prison after pleading that as a pastor, his congregation would suffer if he went to jail.

German Catholic priests ‘abused over 3600 children’

More than 3,600 children in Germany were assaulted by Roman Catholic priests between 1946 and 2014, a leaked report has revealed.

Deal done:South Sudan president signs peace deal with Machar rebel leader

Agreement reinstates rebel leader Riek Machar as vice-president, formally ending five years of bloody civil war.

SPLM-IO accuses South Sudan forces of new attacks Hours before peace signing,

Twenty four hours before the expected signing of the revitalized peace deal, the SPLM-IO issued a statement about fresh attacks by the government forces in Yei River State.