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Sudan’s interim military council fires three top public prosecutors


The head of Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) has fired the country’s three highest-ranking public prosecutors, the council said on Tuesday, after protesters demanded an overhaul of the judiciary as a step toward civilian government.

The Sudanese Professionals’ Association (SPA), a group spearheading the popular revolt, has issued a long list of demands for wholesale change to end repression and ease an economic crisis after the military deposed veteran autocrat Omar al-Bashir last week.

Museveni’s dream for Rwanda unmasked

Most people who follow politics of the region know that President Yoweri Museveni has long harboured ambitions of making Rwanda Uganda’s appendage. At the very least, he seeks to dictate to this country what it should and should not do.

Over the years he has recruited like-minded people from inside Rwanda to work with him to frame their country in his image. These are his protégés. But what is so special that they see in Museveni and he sees in them and together they wish to export to Rwanda?

FDC set to boycott IPOD summit over Uganda police harassment

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The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has threatened to boycott the second Inter-party for Dialogue (IPOD) summit and other donor funded programmes in protest over continued harassment of party officials.

FDC president, Patrick Oboi Amuriat says it would be hypocritical of them to carry as normal, yet senior party members are continuously harassed by police and their party activities disrupted.     

Egypt’s president meets Libyan commander Haftar in Cairo


Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Sunday met in Cairo with Khalifa Haftar, the commander of eastern-based Libyan forces, who is under international pressure to halt an advance on the capital Tripoli.

Egypt has close ties with Haftar, whose Libyan National Army (LNA) controls the east and swept through the mainly desert south earlier this year before moving to Tripoli ten days ago in a major escalation of conflict.

Fire guts Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris; Macron pledges to rebuild

A massive fire consumed Notre-Dame Cathedral on Monday, gutting the roof of the Paris landmark and stunning France and the world, though firefighters saved the main bell towers and outer walls from collapse before bringing the blaze under control.

Flames that began in the early evening burst rapidly through the roof of the eight-centuries-old cathedral and engulfed the spire, which toppled, quickly followed by the entire roof.

Hints, but no proof of crime, in Mueller’s hunt for a Trump-Russia conspiracy


As recently as February, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team dropped hints that the inquiry into Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. election might unearth evidence of active cooperation between Moscow and President Donald Trump’s campaign.

That turned out not to be the case, according to Attorney General William Barr, who has said he hopes to release Mueller’s nearly 400 page report this week. Barr told U.S. lawmakers on March 24 that the special counsel investigation “did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”

BREAKING: South Sudan’s General Peter Gatdet Yaka dies in Khartoum

South Sudanese rebel commander and opposition leader, Gen. Peter Gatdet Yaka, has died this evening in the Sudanese capital Khartoum,  relatives and close aides have told the whisper eye media

His former spokesman Brig. Gen. Gatkuoth Mut Turoah, confirmed to Whisper Eye that Gen. Gatdet died of heart attack this evening in the Sudanese capital.

Sudan protesters demand for immediate civilian gov’t

Sudan’s main protest organizers have called for the immediate handover of power to a civilian government in the wake of the military coup that ousted President Omar al-Bashir last week.

On Sunday, the military council said it would name a civilian prime minister and Cabinet to help run the country but would not name a civilian to the office of the president.

Kenya’s MP calls for demonstrations to kick out Uganda’s Museveni just like Bashir

Kenya ‘s legislator Hon Babu Owino has hinted that President Yoweri Museveni could be the next long-serving African Head of State to be toppled from power after Omar al-Bashir of Sudan, whose 30-year controversial rule was ended on Thursday , 11th – April – 2019 in a military coup.

Taking to Facebook Hon Babu Owino Embakasi East MP  and good friend of Bobi Wine called upon Ugandans to start demonstrations to kick out President Museveni before 2016 elections.

Besigye ignores critics , continues plans to cause a people’s Uganda revolution


Uganda’s opposition leader Rtd Col Kizza Besigye has increased his capacity for 2019 which he code named 2019 year of action to get rid of president Yoweri Museveni after what he termed as a result of rigged 2016 Uganda Presidential elections.

Col Kizza Besigye a four time Uganda presidential candidate has been criticised by Uganda opposition leaders from other political parties mainly those subscribed to DP Bloc led by former Gulu Municipality MP Norbert Mao of being greedy and angry for power despite constant calls for unity against fighting president Museveni.

Satellite images show possible Iranian missile factory in Syria destroyed

“The main industrial structures were completely destroyed, including the main hangar and the adjacent three production hangers and buildings.”

Satellite images released by the Israeli intelligence firm ImageSat International (ISI) on Sunday showed the complete destruction of a possible Iranian surface-to-surface missile factory in Syria’s Masyaf District, allegedly struck by Israel on Saturday.

Air strike kills Islamic State deputy in Somali region


An air strike killed the deputy leader of the Islamic State group in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region, alongside another militant, a local security official said on Sunday.

A witness said a 4×4 vehicle was hit by several missiles 3 km (2 miles) outside the village of Xiriiro in the Qandala hills at 1 p.m. (1000 GMT) on Sunday.

Sudan crisis: Military council arrests former government members


Sudan’s transitional military council has arrested members of the former government and promised not to disperse protesters.

A spokesman also urged the opposition to pick the next prime minister and vowed to implement their choice.

Why Uganda should not celebrate over their new ‘savior’ – Rwanda

The sustained campaign to sanitise fraudulent Rwandan businessman Tribert Rujugiro is up in earnest, especially in Uganda.

A teaser posted Saturday on the official Twitter handle of Ugandan daily, New Vision about the paper that will be circulated on Sunday has a headline that goes “Rwandan magnate is West Nile’s new hope”.

RDC thinks a revolution in Uganda possible after 2021 elections


Former Lira RC Lutukumoi Mwaka has said President Museveni can fall amidst all this mess in the country and if opposition unite then the future is bright .

#THINKING ALOUD! LUTUKUMOI BELIEVES REVOLUTION LIKE IN LIBYA, AND LATELY SUDAN IS STILL POSSIBLE IN UGANDA BUT AFTER 2021 ELECTION! Nelson Mandela said ” its seems impossible until its done! What happened in France, Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Zimbabwe and Sudan can happen in Uganda. Yes, there is freedom of speech in Uganda but no freedom after speech! 33 years is enough to generate rage!

Ugandans stop crying and stand up for change – Mulindwa Andrew

My fellow Ugandans, as a concerned citizen, I found it necessary to write to you in response of our beloved Uganda and the current status of our country in connection with Dictator Museveni and his government.


We have for so long cried and nothing has changed only to keep on crying but in reality our cries has never been considered by anyone, we thought that western countries could hear our loud voices but they have only kept on promising to end our pain and later seen chanting with our oppressors.
I may ask you a question if you could fairly answer me, if you’re in that great pain, whom do you think to carry away your pain if you yourself can’t stand and find a solution to your pain?