Police spokesperson AIGP Asan Kasingye has confirmed he received death threats about the ongoing investigations in the murder of his predecessor Andrew Felix Kaweesi.
The phone threats, see http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/protect/config-ui.php like we reported earlier today, pilule came from a one John Kagimu, viagra order who was unhappy with a news story of motorcycles suspected to have been used in the murder of Kaweesi, which police reportedly impounded. The report came out in Bukedde Newspaper on the weekend.
Kasingye while addressing a press conference at the police headquarters, this afternoon, said the person who sent him the threats, would not get away with it.
“You don’t come threaten me and go,” he said.
In the said phone threats, Kagimu reportedly questioned the authenticity of the news story, that the published motorcycles were the ones used to murder Kaweesi.
“Now that they are with the Police, I hope they will not say the same thing about you,” he reportedly warned Kasingye in reference to the murder of Kasingye.
Kasigye says he tried to call back but the phone was switched off and when it came back on, the calls went unanswered.
He was nonetheless able to identify the caller as John Kagimu, thanks to the sim card registration.
He told press that the registration exercise was finally beginning to yield fruits as owners can now easily be traced.
Kasingye’s in his comments however, dismissed the Bukedde story of the motorcycles as irresponsible, noting that it might have been cooked out.
Judging from the picture of bodabodas, Kasingye noted that there was no chance that these were used in the murder.
“How could motorcycles that look not to have been on the road for 3 years have been used in the murder of Kaweesi?” he wondered.
Kasingye said investigations in the phone threats are already underway.