The Concern Now Is Escalating Circulation Of Written Threats-Police On Masaka Murders

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By Spy Uganda

Kampala: The leadership of the Joint Security Agencies has taken concern over the increased circulation of anonymous written threats to selected communities-says Police Force spokesperson, Fred Enanga.

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According to Enanga, in some of the anonymous letters, the authors who remain silent warned of violence against selected members of the community, NRM leaders, local leaders and business persons.

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Enanga adds that anonymous letters were dropped in the compound of Mwanje Shafiq, the NRM Chairperson Bukomansimbi District, in Kiyudaaya cell, Central Division, Mityana district.

”Posters with threats against the RDC Mityana were displayed; in Wanyange ward, Northern Division of Jinja city, anonymous leaflets of attacks against Muwanika Musa aged 52 and Lyagoba Mubarak aged 70 were dropped; in Kawempe anonymous letters were dropped in Kiyindi zone, Kawempe division, and in Masanafu – Kinonya zone, 3 anonymous letters were dropped,” adds Police.

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Although there is no known threat to public safety in these areas, Police says is investigating and monitoring the security situation in the places identified. ”Our experts are working vigorously to determine the origins and validity; we shall ensure we find the persons responsible for sending the threatening letters.”

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The force adds that it has escalated its security posture based on intelligence about the potential for violence. Enanga says that they are also working with the local leadership and the community to address safety concerns and develop strategies to ensure their security and safety.

”We urge the public to always report any safety issue to the local leaders and the nearest security unit if they become aware of any potential safety issues or threats,” says Police. an accessible web community

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