I was in Voinjama and I had this place and I knew a lot of people who come there. Like I had influence over people, my business clients and so on, so there were - we are Sierra Leoneans and I was respected among our fellow Sierra Leoneans, sir, and when anything was going on, I could hear it. People could come and say, "What is going on?" Myself have been a victim of this several times. They have engaged this wickedness on me. So sometimes when this thing is happening people spread the information to others that they are arresting people, so we were able to hide ourselves until the tension has cooled down, before coming around.