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New Zealand

My sister and I were born in Mano River in the early 70′s. My father was an engineer who worked at the power station. My mother for a while worked at the school. At first we lived at the upper camp, then moved to the lower camp to get “closer to the action”. Thats where club Mano was.
Five years later we moved to Cocopa on the other side of Liberia where my dad worked at a rubber plantation.