Police demand investigation against Acha
Following the sacking of the former Inspector General of Police, Brima Acha Kamara, from the Sierra Leone police (SLP), there has been widespread demand from police personnel country wide calling for the immediate investigation of Brima Acha Kamara.
Over 100 police officers visited our office yesterday stating they want Acha to be investigated for the police welfare fund as they were paying Le10,000.00 (ten thousand Leones) every month for medicare, adding that no single medicine was found at the police hospital whilst police personnel die due to lack of medication.
They further demanded that Acha should be investigated for the misuse of police vehicles. Example ABJ 225 Iveco Truck driven by one Inspector Kamara. They narrated that the vehicle was used to bail sand in his village when Acha was building his mansion in Mabokaneh.
The police officers further intimated that there is an International Direct Dialing (IDD) facility for the police but Acha is using such facility at his village and the police are paying huge sums of money for it.
Quite recently, there was low quality raincoats and police uniforms supplied to police personnel; they also want that to be investigated. They alleged that Brima Acha Kamara was working with 419ers like Alimamy 50 Pound, Gibril Kamara alias GK and Mohamed Baquee.
They maintained that barely seven years in office Acha has been able to build five houses, both in Freetown and the provinces. They further pointed out that he has a number of businesses. He should be investigated as to how he was able to amass all these wealth within 7 years in office.
In tears, the officers alleged that Acha Kamara is one of the most corrupt Inspector Generals the Sierra Leone has ever produced. He should face the Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) or be probed by the new Inspector General of Police, Francis Alieu Munu.
The disgruntled police personnel stated, among other things, that for the past months there has been no imprest for various local/unit commanders underlining that right care like to provide coffee and loaf of bread for police personnel was no longer available when Acha was IGP.
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