Uh-huh. And then one more, page 165, please. You're talking about Issa Sesay. Excuse me, 163. You're talking about Issa Sesay after Sam Bockarie left Sierra Leone. And beginning at line 2:
"A. That was the thinking from Issa Sesay. So all the
time, 'Tomorrow I will be coming to Kailahun. Tell the
people I will come.' He don't come. 'I will be coming to
Kailahun this week, we have to do this.' He don't come, it
was not easy."
And then skipping down some lines you said, you were eventually asked, line 13:
"Q. When Bockarie was expelled he" - meaning Issa - "was
not frequently visiting Kailahun."
A. It was not easy. He only came on a few occasions maybe
one, two, three hours."
And then you explained:
"A. Yes, sir. Then when he took over he transferred the
headquarters to Makeni. So this more or less caused most
of the people again to go against the RUF when he
transferred the headquarters from Kailahun to Makeni.
So when it came to politics the people of Kailahun were
convinced to change from RUFP to SLPP."
And then your next answer was:
"A. That was one of the reasons because when he took over
he moved to Makeni. He transferred the headquarters to
Makeni, he was not frequently in Kailahun."
Issa Sesay was afraid to go to Kailahun after Bockarie left. Correct?