Acha leaves legacy in police
As he is about to take his exit as Inspector General of Police, Mr. Brima Acha Kamara (in photo) is leaving behind a legacy that will hardly be forgotten by SLP personnel.
This is with regards the empowerment of female police officers in management positions, thereby giving them the opportunity to take part in peacekeeping missions.
This was disclosed by the outgoing IG during his farewell speech to one hundred police officers ready for peacekeeping operations in Dafur.
“I am proudly taking the exit door with a satisfactory conscience of serving the nation to the best of my ability as history will record me as the first ever Inspector General of Police that exposed the force to peace keeping missions thereby giving senior police officers like Somassa and Kadie Fakondo, among others, presently serving peacekeeping to prove themselves worthy to serve in any peacekeeping operations in the world,” Acha said, and ended by thanking His Excellency the President Ernest Bai Koroma for the opportunity given him to serve as Inspector General of Police for three years under his regime.
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