September 14, 2018 - Whisper Eye

Daily Archives: September 14, 2018

Pressure at Moyo Police Station as one officer killed in a motor accident

By Icega Isaac Andi

Panic at Moyo Police office as the OC Moyo central Police Station who was reportedly driving DPC’s vehicle REG.NO.UP 5765 got involved in a fatal accident killing one of their own.

Hurricane Florence: Life-threatening storm lands in North Carolina

Hurricane Florence is ravaging the US East Coast, knocking out power to half a million homes, causing buildings to crumble and stranding residents.

Gandhi wanted women to ‘resist’ sex for pleasure

In December 1935, Margaret Sanger, the American birth control activist and sex educator, visited Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi and had an absorbing conversation with him.

Sanger was on an 18-city trip to India, speaking with doctors and

Its our responsibility as bazukulu to protect our sovereignty – Sam Evidence

A call to all the Bazukulu.

According to the African cultural setting when a man grows old its the responsibility of his children to take care of him and protect him against enemies. Its widely known that once you fail to take care of your parents you might end up getting a curse from them.

Police feigns ignorance over Kirumiras danger

Police yesterday said it was not aware that the life of its ex-officer, Muhammad Kirumira, was in danger prior to his September 8 brutal killing by gunmen in Bulenga, Wakiso District.

Ethiopia Police fire tear gas at Oromos

Police have fired tear gas in Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, to disperse people in the wake of clashes between supporters of the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) and some residents of the city

Trump ex-campaign chief Manafort ‘strikes plea deal’

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has agreed a plea deal to avoid a second trial, US media report.

According to court documents, he has agreed to plead guilty on Friday to

Sudan President Al Bashir trims cabinet

Sudan’s ruling party unveiled a new 21-member cabinet Thursday after President Omar al-Bashir sacked the previous government for failing to tackle a growing economic crisis.

Uganda security forces grab Migingo island

Ugandan security forces have brought all fishing activities on Migingo Island to a standstill, apparently after receiving reports that their Kenyan counterparts were planning to

Political Sergeant Bobi Wine accused of power failure

Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine has confronted Uganda’s ambassador to the United States about Wine’s recent arrest and alleged torture, but

The handshake replace gunsmoke

Ululations, song and dance erupted in a packed hall in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, as South Sudan’s President Salva Kirr and rebel leader Riek Machar signed what

South Sudan government troops accused of attacks

Attacks by government troops have continued for the second as South Sudan President, Salva Kiir and opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar Teny agrees on peace in Addis Ababa, a rebel spokesman have said.

American lad found hanging on rail in Uganda

A 21-year-old American national has been found dead at the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) formerly The Zoo in Entebbe.

Turkey ‘reinforces military posts in Idlib’

Turkey is reportedly reinforcing its military observation posts inside rebel-held north-western Syria ahead of an expected government offensive.

Netanyahu aide David Keyes steps aside amid sexual misconduct claims

A senior aide to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he is taking a leave of absence following a series of sexual misconduct allegations