Head of police media, Ibrahim Samura, has disclosed to Concord Times that the Sierra Leone Police has recalled two of its men from operations in Darfur, Sudan for allegedly engaging in a sexual scandal.
Though the head of police media refused to mention the names of the officers involved, the two were reportedly exposed in a widely circulated video clip in which they engaged in wild sex.
"I will not disclose their names because the issue is currently under investigation," Samura said adding that the two are currently helping the police in their investigations.
"The police will take punitive action against the accused if found wanting," he noted stressing that they may be relieved of their duties if found wanting.
Meanwhile, some police officers have expressed disappointment at the alleged act referring to it as indecent and one that has the tendency to pull down the credibility of the Sierra Leone police in foreign operations.