Newly appointed Prime Minister of Uganda, Rt.Hon. Robinah Nabbanja has decried receiving death threats which are making her fearful for her life.
After dishing out relief cash through mobile money to the vulnerable, Nabbanja directed her efforts toward fighting corruption.
However, a man she declined to identify approached the Minister’s brother in kakumiro (where she stays) and told him to warn her.
The unidentified man, Nabbanja says told her to back off her anti Corruption drive or the worst would happen.
““If somebody can drive from Kampala up to my home area to look for my brother who is a town clerk in the village to ask him such a question, that means something is wrong. I will inform my boss, the head of State. If somebody can drive from Kampala to Kakumiro to look for my brother and ask him ‘ what does your sister wat?’ I cannot take that lightly,” She revealed during a presser recently.
This development comes just days after Nabbanja was stranded outside her office which she could not access as it was unusually locked.
Nabbanja had also rejected a truck full of beans, blankets and food supplies meant to be given to the vulnerable citing ignorance about the contractor.
She however directed the concerned Government authorities to identify the funders of the truck.
“I wrote to the permanent secretary directing him on the following, one, I want to know who the contractors were.” she revealed.