Opposition in parliament has today tasked government to explain recurring mysterious killings of security officers and threats to citizens across the country.
In a statement on the floor of Parliament, Leader of Opposition (LOP) Winnie Kiiza highlighted several killings in Masaka where attackers left behind leaflets mentioning their next targets.
Kiiza said that these messages being dropped in Masaka are similar to those she reported to parliament recently.
Winnie Kiiza also asked government to beef up security for all members of Parliament, fearing that they might fall victim to the current spate of attacks by unknown assailants.
Kiiza says that like many other leaders, they are living in fear following the gruesome murder of the former Police Spokesperson the late AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi by unknown people last month.
Speaking on behalf of government the minister of state for planning, David Bahati has told parliament that the ministers of security and internal affairs will brief the House and the country on the state of the country’s security tomorrow.