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Police media boss, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Ibrahim Samura has said that eighty-six (86) police officers have been earmarked for retirement, including four (4) Assistant Inspector Generals of Police (AIGs).

ASP Samura said the four senior officers, whom he refused to name for confidentiality reason, have all reached the mandatory retirement age of fifty-five (55) and will be retired from the police by the end of this year.

Col Muhammad Suwaysi was appointed head of Tripoli's police in 2012

The head of police in the Libyan capital Tripoli has been killed by unknown gunmen.

Col Muhammad Suwaysi was shot while leaving a meeting in Tajoura, a suburb in the east of the capital.

Two of his colleagues were also taken captive, the interior ministry said.

Libya has been gripped by violence involving militias that spearheaded the 2011 uprising against Muammar Gaddafi. Thousands have been forced to flee recent fighting in Tripoli.


The head of community Relation Department in the police media unit Kenema division Brima James Musa has informed the general public about the role of the police in the fight against Ebola in the Region.

He said the effort of the police is to support the medical team in eradicating the spread of the Ebola virus.

Mr. Musa said one of the ways  the police can assist the health officers is by mounting check points at strategic areas in the district so that passengers and drivers would go through the medical screening at those check points.

Kamal M. Barrie