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Mukono Tycoon, who was wheeled out of ICU to Wandegeya Equity bank has died

Mukono tycoon, who was wheeled out of ICU to Wandegeya Equity bank has died

Zabazungu John, a tycoon from Mukono district has passed on today.

Mr Zabazungu was wheeled out of ICU to Equity bank Wandeya branch, a Kampala suburb to authorize the withdrawal of medical fees.

Police arrests a son attempting to kill his father

Alinda Bosco (26years) has been arrested by police in Kabale after attempting to kill his father Munvaneza Stephen (66years).

Munvaneza was with his friends at Bulimba Primary school where Alinda attacked him with a panga.

An eye witness has told The Whisper Eye that Alinda came with a panga and attacked his father.

Police arrests a criminal gang in Kampala

Central Police Station (CPS) arrested a number of youths under a notorious criminal gang commonly knowns ‘Digital group’ today.

Arrests include Julius Wire, Abdul commonly known as Smart and others who have been not Identified.

Julius and Abdul are the gang leaders who plans all missions.

DIGP Gen Muzeeyi cautions Police officers against detaining children

Maj Gen Stephen Muzeeyi Sabiiti, the Deputy Inspector General of Police- DIGP, has cautioned police officers against incarcerating children.

Sabiiti, who was speaking at the launch of children diversionary guidelines for police officers on Thursday, said police officers detaining children do more harm than good thus affecting their physical and mental development.

Detained children, according to Sabiiti, often become hardcore criminals. This, he attributed to the fact that during their incarceration they find themselves in an environment where they meet and interact with adults imprisoned for various crime.

Bagungu’ plan fail of seceding from Bunyoro

Bagungu’ plan to secede from Bunyoro Kingdom would fail since the Katikiro Byakutanga Andrew has not yet acknowledged on the official communication letter delivered to him.

The official communication letter dated 22th July 2019 delivered to the Katikiro quoted the subject to article 246 of the 1995 constitution of Uganda, and section 3 of the institution of Traditional or cultural leaders Act 2011.

The institution of a traditional or cultural leader may exist in any area of Uganda in accordance with the culture, customs and traditions or wishes and aspirations of the people to whom it applies.

Industrial court set to stop fixing new cases over backlog

The Industrial Court is considering stopping fixing new cases for hearing because of the huge backlog.

The Chief Judge of the Industrial Court, Justice Asaph Ruhindi Ntenge disclosed this while inaugurating the Industrial Court users committee meeting in Kampala to discuss challenges facing the court.

Fear of change and desperation hurting Ugandans says Gen.Muntu

The Alliance for National Transformation-ANT Party President, General Mugisha Muntu says that the fear of change and desperation continues to hurt Ugandans which has compromised the decisions they make.

Muntu was on Thursday speaking at the opening of the ANT offices for Ankole sub-region in Lugazi, Kakooba division, Mbarara Municipality.

Bobi Wine’s People Power supporter shot, survive with injuries

One of People Power supporter has been injured in a scuffle between Bobi Wine supporters and Uganda police today in Gomba.

The incident has occurred at Kiriri town in Mpenja Sub-County, Gomba district along Mpigi -Kanoni road.

Gen. Tumwine set to seek legal redress over parliament report

Security Minister Gen. Elly Tumwine has threatened to seek legal redress over a parliament report that found him guilty of assaulting Dokolo Woman MP Cecilia Ogwal.

Tumwine’s statement followed the adoption of the Rules, Privileges and Discipline Committee report that recommended his reprimand for breach of privilege of MP Ogwal and for being disrespectful to Parliament.

Chinese organized crime a more potent threat to Kenya than debt

“I have carried salt and removed lead”, laments Yeshua ben Sira in the Book of Wisdom, a Christian canon, “and I have not seen anything heavier than that a man should pay back a debt when he did not borrow.”

Had he lived in Kenya, his lament would have been as relevant today as it was then. After all we are now paying back billions of shillings in loans taken in our names for unpopular projects whose viability remains questionable and whose costs were almost certainly inflated.

India’s former finance minister arrested in corruption case

Dozens of officers from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) scaled the walls of Chidambaram’s house in India’s capital, New Delhi, before taking him away in a car late on Wednesday, whisper eye media reported.

His supporters tried to prevent the arrest by jumping onto the car.

Finally Museveni and Kagame shake hands for peace, sign MoU

Uganda president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has finally signed a peace agreement with Paul Kagame of Rwanda today 21st August 2019. Whisper Eye Reports.

Fomer bush war generals have come to a common conclusion to end tension between the two states which has taken almost a year.

A memorandum of understanding on regional cooperation and security had been signed in Luanda, Angola during the second Quadripartite Summit.

Robbers attack deputy Governor’s convoy, kill three policemen, civilian

Armed persons on Tuesday attacked the convoy of Nasarawa State Deputy Governor,Emmanuel Akabe, killing three policemen and a civilian.

Mr Akabe was on his way to Abuja on an official engagement when the convoy ran into the attackers, suspected to be armed robbers.

Kill our daughter Anite we secede away from Uganda, West Nile MP’s warn

West Nile Members of Parliament (MPs) have threatened to secede from Uganda if hon. Anite is killed by government mafias.

Yesterday the sate minister of Finance for Investment and privatization Evenly Anite cried to press over death threat alegations.

Today MPs from West Nile have threaten to quit the 10th parliament, and secede from Uganda over Anite’s sweet life.

Criminal notorious gang leader known as Kapol arrested

Commander of a notorious criminal gang popularly know as ‘Boys Boys’ commonly known as Kapol has been arrested and 11 others.

Territorial Police in Ssezibwa region successfully apprehended the gang after receiving confidential information responsible residents.

Boys Boys gang has been making operations in areas of Namwezi and Kyabaggu in Njeru division, Buikwe district.

Kampala City moguls arrested over human trafficking and exploitation

Kampala City tycoons Benon Kunywana and Owen Ayamba have been arrested by the Anti Corruption Unite State house.

The duos have been arrested over allegations of fleecing Ugandans of large sums of money, purporting to get them jobs abroad.

Kunywana and Ayamba are the managers of Middle East consultancy a logout exporting company based in Kampala.