Plans to plant arms and amm.Police officers, led by AIG Kalley from Freetown to Kono, on a special mission, have failed to discover any arms and ammunition at the compound of elected but sacked vice president, Samsumana in Koidu town on the afternoon of November 2nd 2016. According to Tamba Foday a care taker for the house of the former VP Sam Sumana, one hand-coffed man named Mohamed Silver said even though the name of a man whose name was not clear to him was shown to him by the police officers they claimed was already running a 34yrs sentence at pademba road prison in Freetown shown to him in the compound by the saud police officers from Freetown “he was the one brought in to point the young man Abdulai Gibrilla according to them, to show some hidden guns in VP’s compound but they dug frantically butnothing was found” and according to Tamba Foday in the process of digging for d weapons he was asked to go for more shovels which he refused and asked them “why did you not come along with all the tools you needed or send one of your own men”, and at d end no waepon was found and Tamba Foday has made an official report at the Tankoro police station. The question many are asking in Kono, why is it now an individual running a 34yrs jail term is being brought to Kono for the to locate assumed wrapons or guns in Samsumana’s just two weeks after he filed his case against the government of Sierra Leone at the ECOWAS court in Abuja? Though the visiting team of police officers led by AIG Kalley did not inform the residence police officers in Kono before carrying out their dastardly and sinister job when they arrived in Koidu, most residents in Kono are aware that the government of President Koroma, taking instructions from Karamoh kaba, Chief Paul Ngaba Saquee and Gbondo Pennehpanyi with regard to Kono, is ready to do anything to present Samsumana as an anti peaceful man. When he filled his case, the pro government newspapers, including Awareness Times, wrote fictional stories that Samsumana said he will fight if he doesn’t win his case at the ECOWAS court, a publication many Sierra Leoneans laughed about.