POLICE HAS kicked off investigations into Investment minister Hon Evelyn Anite’s death threats.
Speaking to the media today, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga revealed that a team at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, recorded a comprehensive statement from the Minister of State for Privatisation and Investment, Hon. Evelyn Anite, and are now actively pursuing a number of lines of inquiry, to help prove or disprove her claim.
“As we further with investigations, we would like to warn all those behind all forms of malicious communication, over this matter via social media, to stop
The public must know that we do take all forms of threats to life seriously, and we are prepared to expeditiously investigate this matter,” Enanga said.
He also revealed that no arrests have been made so far, but her security has been beefed.
He said: “At this stage, there are no arrests yet, but we have increased vigilance on her security, both close body and at her residence.
We would like to inform all her family members, her constituency members and the wider public that she is well protected.”
Any additional protection and related security adjustments will be provided if the situation warrants, Enanga further said.