The transcripts of the trial of Charles Taylor, former President of Liberia. More…

I would put it - well, let's just say not just how regularly I was in contact. I think how regularly were we in contact, because Tejan Kabbah also called me on many occasions. There was a need to call type of situation of course, if there was something we would call. We did not have a regular schedule to say well, we will call each other every week or every day, but on an average if we had crisis we would intensify the number of calls. If we didn't have any crisis there would not be any real need except we just wanted to chat and say, "How are you doing?" I would put it to crisis maybe we may talk about maybe once every day, or no crisis maybe a week, after every week or two we might communicate, but it was not a regular situation. It depended on the situation at hand.

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