Following the incessant police killings that have been happening ever since the present Inspector General of Police became the head of Sierra Leone Police and the recent police killing in Kabala, the Government of Sierra Leone will soon appoint a new police chief, Salone Times Learnt.
The report revealed that President Koroma is not happy with the way and manner the police handle a peaceful protest in Kabala which resulted in the death of two young people and has decided to take a drastic action this time around.
As a result of the embarrassment, President has decided to restructure the whole police force and the Inspector General of Police and three other senior police officers will soon ask to go.
Unconfirmed report have indicated that the new people that will oversee the police are Alshiek Kamara who is the Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Operation will soon become the new chief of police while Assistant Inspector General for the Eastern Part of Freetown, Memunata Coneth Jalloh will deputize him.
Meanwhile the Independent Police Complaint Board (IPCB) has disclosed that they will soon conduct an independent inquiry into the recent police killings of two people in Kabala.