The death of the Secretary of State responsible for labor, who served in our country’s army, is being discussed in Uganda. Colonel (Rtd) Charles Okello Engola passed away this morning, and his security guard at his residence in Kyanja, Kampala, informed him of the news. Luke Owoyesigire, the spokesman for the Kampala City Police, also affirmed this information, stating, “Yes, Kyanja was shot. The soldier killed his boss. Additionally, according to sources, the bodyguard of Colonel (Rtd) Charles Okello Engola who shot Engola after speaking to him also shot himself. Despite the fact that the investigating authorities got to work almost away, there are claims that he was relieved because he hadn’t paid him in a while and had 4 million Ugandan shillings on hand. MUBICUNEWS.COM
On April 27, when Paul Kagame, the president of the Republic of Rwanda, arrived in Tanzania, he was welcomed with flowers and a variety of Tanzanian folk songs at the Mwalimu Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam. A delegation from the Tanzanian government led by Dr. Stergomena Tax, who is currently Tanzania’s minister of foreign affairs and the minister in charge of the East Africa region, welcomed the head of state as well. In Dar es Salaam, the president was departing the airport. After being welcomed by these representatives, they proceeded to the location where the cars were supposed to transport them: the Tanzanian president’s office, where it is anticipated that he will hold future […]
The M23 is purportedly in charge of the Goma-Rushuru route! Unnamed trader from Bunagana recently said to Radio Okapi that M23 rebels are secretly keeping an eye on the Goma-Rutshuru road, despite the fact that it appears the Ugandan army is doing so from a location 20 kilometers to the west of Bunagana City. The trader went on to add that M23 Soldiers, who are dressed in civilian clothes, patrol the road every day, day and night, and that M23 is the organization that is in charge of collecting taxes from all trucks that transport products. “The M23 hasn’t changed, and it still governs the Rutshuru-Goma road,” he declared. Nothing has changed since the EAC forces arrived since every time I transit my goods through M23, M23 is where I pay taxes, and at the Bunagana border, M23 is where the taxes are collected. Although the M23 group claims to have fled and it looks that the EAC Army has moved into these areas, according to information corroborated by the military and the DRC Government, the M23 combatants are claimed to be in possession of all strategically significant places, including the Goma-Rutshuru road. Lt Col Constant Ndima, the governor and director of military operations for North Kivu Province, declared on April 22, 2023, that M23 is lying about having bases in these locations despite having fled. M23 and EAC forces refute the accusation, calling it a rumor given that M23 has already evacuated many places in Rutshuru and Masisi regions. No cars are currently permitted to enter the recently liberated M23 region unless they are being accompanied by the EAC Community Forces, who have continued to maintain control of these areas.
The current conflict in North Sudan is reported to involve three Arab nations: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. After President Omar Al-Bashir’s regime was overthrown in 2019, nations like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates started providing financial support to the military government headed by two generals, Gens. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Mohamed Hamdane Daglo, also known as “Gen Hemedti.”.Due to the interests of each of these nations in North Sudan, including those related to the economy, security, and others, a grant in the amount of $3 billion has been handed to the Government of the Generals. Despite the fact that these nations have divergent objectives in regard to Sudan, some have chosen to get in touch with Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the Greek Torture, while others have chosen to get in touch with Gen. Mohamed Hamdane Daglo, his deputy. After collaborating to overthrow the Omar Al Bashil government for a while in 2019, Gen Abdel Fattah al-Burhan went to Egypt, while Gen Mohamed Hamdane Daglo went to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The United Arab Emirates should lend them a helping hand. While in charge of Sudan, these generals traveled to other nations and staged rallies, calling on the military to rejoin the civilian government and denouncing the support these nations are providing the military government with financially. The Sudanese people claim that Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates are supporting the Generals in order to keep the military in charge of the country’s administration. Gen. Mohamed Hamdane Daglo was backed by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates were said to be involved in the conspiracy that deposed the Transitional Government of Abdallah Hamdok in October 2021 under the direction of Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Mohamed Hamdane Daglo. United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. They demonstrated their support for Gen. Daglo, who is 43 years old and shares the same age as Saudi Arabia’s King Mohammed Ben S […]
Online debate has been stirred by a history textbook for Chinese kids that makes the first mention of the nation’s response to the Covid pandemic. Some people challenge the accuracy of the book’s brief account of the nation’s battle against Covid. Earlier this year, authorities of the Chinese Communist Party proclaimed a “decisive victory” over the virus. Additionally, the nation has been charged with withholding coronavirus data transparency. On Douyin, China’s own version of TikTok, a little video depicting a passage from a history textbook for eighth-graders went viral on Wednesday. The description of the video footage, which was uploaded by a user who looks to be a history teacher, reads: “It’s already written in the history books.” The BBC has obtained a copy of the book, which was written by the nation’s top textbook author and publisher People’s Education Press. The section titled “Changes in Social Life” has the Covid reference. A text box mentioning the “war on Covid” appears next to a paragraph on rising Chinese earnings and lifestyle modifications after the nation opened up in the 1970s. The document states that “Our country adhered to the supremacy of the people and the life…protected people’s life safety and health to the greatest extent.” “We coordinated the prevention and control of the pandemic, and we made significant progress.” China enacted a stringent “zero-Covid” policy shortly after the pandemic began in 2020, enabling authorities to impose lockdowns and send victims to isolation camps. After huge nationwide protests against the policy in December, the majority of the limitations were lifted. The story in the textbook parallels the proclamation of victory over the virus made by Chinese government, although many individuals have questioned whether it is entirely accurate. On Douyin, where the article “History textbook includes Covid response” has been viewed more than five million times, a user asked, “Is there any mention of how it ended?” One user said, “How do you have the audacity to put it in there?,” and another added, “Every single character on that page seems to be mocking our painful three years.” The majority of people’s remarks also illustrated how the pandemic’s duration had passed. The most well-liked remark beneath the clip reads, “We witnessed history.” China claims to have one of the lowest rates of COVID fatalities worldwide. Since the third day of 2020, there have been 120,923 fatalities in the nation, according to figures from the World Health Organization. Despite their being evidence of hospitals and crematoriums being inundated, China has frequently been accused of underreporting coronavirus mortality.
Tuesday night’s live broadcast ended abruptly as it became apparent that President Erdogan wasn’t feeling well. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, has halted election campaigning after becoming ill during a live TV interview that was abruptly cut short. He took a 20-minute break and then came back, claiming to have “serious stomach flu” following two days of vigorous campaigning. The election campaign for Mr. Erdogan, 69, is his most challenging to date. Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the principal figure in the opposition, has been selected to represent a coalition of six political groups. He joined other opposition figures in wishing the president a quick recovery. According to recent polls, the contest between the two candidates is close, and Mr. Kilicdaroglu has a decent chance of winning the elections on May 14—with a possible presidential run-off two weeks later. On Wednesday, President Erdogan initially canceled three events […]
According to a statement made public on Thursday, the regional military administration of Zaporizhzhia reported that it had counted more than 80 Russian attacks on the area in the previous day. Head of the military administration for the Zaporizhzhia region Yurii Malashko reported “83 attacks on peaceful towns and villages,” including 69 artillery attacks, seven air attacks, five UAV drone attacks, and two MLRS attacks. Malashko spoke of “chaotic shelling” that claimed the lives of two men in their forties in Orikhiv, Preobrazhenka, and Novodanylivka. The statement read, “Unfortunately, two men born in 1976 and 1979 were killed.” In the Huliaipole area, a town in the Zaporizhzhia region near the front lines in eastern Ukraine, residential buildings were also struck by aerial strikes, but no casualties or injuries were reported there.
Following a period of combat against Kyiv’s men, Nikolai Peskov claims that his father is proud of him. Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary for the Kremlin, is a member of Putin’s close circle. In an interview, the son of the spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin claims to have participated in Ukraine as an artilleryman with the Wagner mercenary group while using a false identity. The 33-year-old son of Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, Nikolai Peskov, revealed to the privately owned Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper that he had deployed in Ukraine, marking the first known instance of a prominent Russian official’s son taking part in the conflict in public. According to Peskov, whose father has been Putin’s spokesman since 2008, “It was on my initiative,” in an interview that was released on Saturday. “I felt it was my duty,” He claimed that in order to conceal his genuine identity, he completed his contract under an assumed name for just under half a year. The publication reported that he was awarded a medal for bravery. When asked how his father felt about his service, Nikolai Peskov responded, “I suppose he’s proud of me. I made the proper choice, my father informed me. Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of Wagner, according to Dmitry Peskov. urged him to hire his son as an artilleryman after approaching him. In a Telegram video, Prigozhin stated, “Of all my acquaintances, only one person, Dmitry Sergeyvich Peskov, who at one point was reputed to be an absolute liberal, sent his son.” Take him on as a basic artilleryman, he suggested when he approached me. One of the worst European battles since World War II has been brought on by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022. According to a wealth of US intelligence data published online, up to 354,000 Russian and Ukrainian soldiers have been killed or wounded in the fight, which is advancing towards a protracted conflict that may extend well until 2023. According to the Kommersant daily, Nikolai Peskov was born in 1990 and spent the decade that followed the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991 living in Britain. From 2010 to 2012, he then went back to Russia and joined the strategic rocket forces. In 2022, a friend of imprisoned opposition politician Alexey Navalny called the younger Peskov and requested that he report to a draft office while posing as a Russian military official. An online call recording shows Peskov telling him that he wouldn’t be leaving and that they would resolve the issue on a different level. According to the US Treasury, Dmitry Peskov, who worked in the foreign ministry in both Moscow and overseas before moving up through the Kremlin, was sanctioned by the US shortly after the conflict started, along with his wife and two grown children, Nikolai and Elizaveta.
The embassy, according to President Biden, has been temporarily shuttered. President Joe Biden said late Saturday night that the American troops had finished evacuating the American embassy in the conflict-torn Sudan. Assuring that the administration will continue to help Americans in Sudan, Biden stated that he had ordered the evacuation of American federal staff from Khartoum. According to a statement from Biden, the embassy personnel “embodied America’s friendship and connection with the people of Sudan.” “I am grateful for the unmatched skill of our service members who successfully brought them to safety,” the speaker remarked. Also acknowledged are Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, and Djibouti, all of which were crucial to the operation’s success. Although the embassy had temporarily been shut down, Biden stated that “our commitment to the Sudanese people and the future they want for themselves is unending.” The embassy in Khartoum’s operations have been suspended, according to Secretary of State Antony […]
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva responded on Saturday to criticism over recent comments he made about Russia and Ukraine, saying that all he is doing is urging calm and patience. During this weekend’s state visit to Portugal, demonstrators greeted Lula as he made an effort to backtrack from remarks that appeared to blame […]