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

Yes. We then started seeing people coming from Yengema. They said Yengema had been attacked and Yengema was far off from us, so I packed my loads and took my children to a town called Worodu Sandor. We were there for a very long time, because at the time whenever we would go - wherever we would go we used to get some food because at that time I had no money. Wherever we went I would spend some time there except we would be dislodged again, because if we had started getting some food there it would be better to be there than moving up and down because there we would get some cassava, some bananas, people would offer us. So we spent some time there. So some day we saw the rebels mixed with soldiers but they did not attack. We were there for a long time.

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