No, sir. He was asking me about my personal participation in the war, if I ever committed atrocity. I said no, on no occasion. That's what I told him, I am in Kailahun here and I remain here, you came and saw me. If I knew I was wrong, I told him I was going to change my location either to go to Freetown or go to Makeni. But I told him I was pleased with myself within the people of Kailahun, that's why I stayed there, sir.