NOBODY will deny the fact that people need to stay home during the lockdown imposed by government to combat the coronavirus and ensure the safety of families and the public. However, Sierra Leoneans are appaled at the vicious beatings and gross human rights abuses committed by the security forces while trying to enforce compliance..
The security forces should have found a more humane method to get those people home. They needed water, food and basic necessities. That is why people of them were out there. Nobody was brutalized during the Ebola lockdown. Govt.ensured food, water and light and people conformed and stayed home
Humans are not dogs, so it is wrong to say “Kill dog befo dog make dog know say die day”. That is human rights abuse .
MERCILESSLY BEATING AND MAIMING PEOPLE TO HAVE THEM OBEY WILL CREATE ITS OWN PROBLEMS .
Tyranny, dictatorship, violence, horrendous abuse by government are unacceptable. The world is watching Sierra Leone slide into a pariah state.
Shame on these Military and Police officers. I hope the authorities fired them and charge them to court. This is not a good image for our country Sierra Leone. Let make these vidoes viral. “Mob justice or anarchy”
The military or police forces are trained to protect lives and properties of every citizens. This video just exposed how some of our men serving in uniform are undermining the good of the force. This is painful to watch.
Mamu Salone TearGas is with Mamu Al Conteh.
Abdulai Kamara James 3:8 But the tongue can no man tame; it is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison.
Madam Fatima bio this action comes form your lips. Remember your video.
John Kamara Sad news for our people in Sierra Leone but Allah will see you true
Aruna Cole Sad State really Bra
This is human rights violation,for God sake this is 21st century we dont need to use cane to discipline people.
This is so wrong and I know the government did not give anyone order to beat.
1)political prisoners 2)killings 3)stealing