Barely three days after the former Buyende District Police Commander, Muhammad Kirumira was assassinated, another senior police officer has complained of receiving death threats.
Assistant Commissioner of Police, Siraje Bakaleke, says he has been receiving life threatening phone calls since June this year.
According to Bakaleke, his tormentors called him on Monday, just two days after the assassination of Kirumira, saying he was next.
Baleke who is facing charges before Anti Corruption Court is the latest person who claim to have received death threats.
A total of 16 individuals have been killed in the similar manner since 2016 and non of the assailants have been convicted in court.
Kirumira was gunned down on Saturday night near his home in Bulenga after being shot by unknown assassins who were said to be riding on boda boda motor cycles.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni branded the killers as pigs warning that they would be arrested and defeated.
Kirumira was the latest victims of the latest assassinations of the high profile individuals in Uganda who were killed in the similar manner.