For Beaten Pregnant Woman Police In Search Of Soja Team Squad
Report coming from the New London community, Mano Koya Village in the Western Rural District of Waterloo revealed that the Sierra Leone Police under the supervision of the Local Unit Commander, Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Michael Ambrose Sovula have mounted a general search to apprehend members of a dangerous and lawless clique squad, calling themselves “THE SOJA TEAM” for not only perpetrating violence against a strong pregnant woman who is presently under intensive medical care but for also their usual habit of terrorizing the community.
In one occasion, CSP Sovula ordered junior Police officers to raid their base and apprehend any member of the team but none of them was found.
During the raid, it was reported that Police discovered machetes and other dangerous weapons in their base. In fact, that was the reason Police has instructed the head of the team “SASCO” to produce one of the hard core criminals in the squad commonly known as “A-BOY” for perpetrating violent against the pregnant woman but he is still on the run.
The helpless woman explained that she was beaten and thrown into a deep gutter by A-Boy who is one of the main hard core criminals for SOJA TEAM and that even community members are afraid to intervene during the incident which makes the situation worst to rescue her from the main fruitless A-Boy.
She further deliberated that she usually feels her stomach aching since the untold incident.
She commended nurses at the Rokupa Government Hospital in Wellington, Freetown for saving her life even though she was insensitive for a long period before she finally resuscitated.
She noted that during the incident her two daughters were also terrorized by the runaway heartless and wicked A-Boy adding that even the community people are against this bad group but she said they were voiceless and unprotected to pursue or prosecute the entire team.
She said when the LUC sent a patrol team to arrest the main culprit, he was nowhere to be found but police were able to trap few of the members with bundles of cutlasses, pen-knives, daggers, kilos of marijuana and piles of tramadol capsules and tablets.
“I have completed my statement from the Corner Kick Police Post and that the Local Unit Commander (LUC) for the Waterloo Police Division put happiness in my heart for treating the matter with all seriousness it deserves”, victim confessed.
She however expressed appreciation to community members, family relatives and above all her elder sister, Madam Ma-Musu Conteh who stood firm to ensure justice was prevail in the matter.
She appealed to the Waterloo District Council, LUC, women’s group and the government in general to intervene and apprehend these bad guys who are always in the habit of treating women inhumanly in that part of the country.
By Abdulai Mento Kamara
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