Whereabouts of Army Captain and 12 others unknown
Latest reports reaching this press have stated that the much talked about mutiny or coup has led to the detention of one Captain Prince Sesay and 12 others.
Military sources narrated of how Captain Sesay and others held an unauthorized meeting close to the ammunition dump at Teko Barracks in Makeni.
Investigations carried out by this press have not been able to reveal the nature of the unauthorized meeting but police source say the soldiers were planning to cause an unrest for their superior officers and further cause unrest for the country.
They were fully aware that a soldier should not strike but to obey and complain later but since they were planning to cause an arrest they will be charged for mutiny, said a senior police officer who preferred not to be named.
Police sources further revealed that a Lieutenant Colonel, whose named will be made public later, has been implicated in the mutiny.
A close friend of Captain Prince Sesay told our reporter that ever since they were arrested they have been refused access to their families or lawyers before they were taken to Pademba Road maximum prison.
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