Big disagreement grips Mile 38 Checkpoint
Police personnel at the Mile 38 Checkpoint are in disagreement on which particular set of Police Officers should man the Checkpoint, Sierra Express Media has learned.
Investigations conducted by this paper have disclosed that about eighty percent of the Police Officers deployed at the Checkpoint are indigenes of Jui while few among them were posted there on approval from Police Headquarters in Freetown.
The investigations further found out that there are certain Police Officers who have spent two to three years at the Checkpoint without being posted elsewhere.
It was also discovered that the Mile 38 Checkpoint which is supposed to be under the Masiaka Police Station is directly under the Assistant Inspector General of Police North West, AIG Fodie U.K. Daboh.
Efforts to reach either AIG Daboh or his Operational Security Division (OSD) Co-ordinator, Superintendent Keitu Gibson to throw light on the issue were not successful as we went to press last night.
Speaking to the Local Unit Commander of the Masiaka Police Station, Superintendent Gloria Macaulay said that her Division is under control and free of crime but refused to comment on the Mile 38 Checkpoint issue.
By Raymond Bai Kamara
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