Kamya is worried about her life
Beti Kamya on Thursday told reporters in Uganda's capital, Kampala, that she had seen a hit list featuring her name.
She is bothered by the hit list and has taken necessary precautionary measures - including returning home early.
“I wish they could state the reason for wanting me dead. If there is something I did and is displeasing to them, they should make it known and if possible I can apologise," Nile Post quotes the minister.
Police authorities have urged the minister to make formal complaints to have her security beefed up.
In June, Museveni's loyalist and MP Arua Municipality Ibrahim Abiriga was killed outside his home by boda-boda riding gunmen.
Uganda's president on Tuesday launched the national CCTV facility which is monitoring security on several highways in Kampala.
There is a plan to install over 5,000 CCTV cameras countrywide in a move aimed at curbing crime.
The government recently started on an exercise to recruit 24,000 Local Defence Units to reinforce security in 1,000 villages in Kampala.