Awimba Muncho grew up in Liberia, Monrovia with his brother who was equal in age, they had a mother and a missing father. They both grew up good despite the infrastructure in Monrovia at the time. at the age of sixteen Awimba and his brother were captured by the Revolutionary United Front as slaves and had to witness a warlord kill their very own mother and then to dig for blood diamonds at a mine. Awimba ended up becoming a part of the militia who were raiding the local villages and later sent to Nigeria to run pirate operations to supply the militias gun and ammunition needs.
Awimba was sent to many diffrent places during the civil war, Liberia such as where he saw horrors he could have never imagined such as beheadings and cannablism which he himself had to partake in. In most cases the stuff now 20 year old Awimba would have seen during his time in the militia would have broken him mentally but instead it made him stronger. He knew he was not fighting for his mother and brother alike. Maybe he was trying to get a reason to justify all the killing, killing was now all that he knew and all he wanted was to survive at all cost.
Awimba cared a great deal for his brothers both on battlefield and off it. One day they stood infront off their commander and were told that they were going to smuggle blood diamonds to South Zagoria because of some kind of insurgency or Anarchists whatever it was Awimba did what he was told as always fearing the consequences. The commander explained who the people were and where to deliver. That was our job, to smuggle blood diamonds to Chernogorsk. And so we went on a 20 meter high frieght boat for 2 months weeks to the foreign country.
After passing Turkey and getting lost for 2 weeks and losing all network and gps functions land was called out and so we came upon the deck looking over the horizon where Awimba saw a lighthouse and a coastline, a big crash like sound could suddenly be heard, and it was definitely the bottom of the boat scraping. We had hit something and before we knew it the boat was sinking. Time went flying by as Awimba and his brothers ran down the decks trying to get to their rooms where all their gear was, as they were running pipes were exploding left and right due to pressure and the water was being pourd in quickly. And as they were making their way in the corridors an explosion erupted just five meters infront of them, the engine deck must had taken in to much water and exploded. The explosion took Awimba underwater and through the water filled corridors as he desperately tried to grab on to anything he could see. the force at which Awimba was being taken through the corridors was strong and when trying to turn around he hit his head on something hard which caused him to go unconscious. He later awoke being dragged up from the sandy beach by one of his brothers in arms.
They all made it of that boat alive, barely. All wet in next to none set of gear in a green military standard shirt and a wet fal he stood there looking upon the barren coast and he knew he'd made a misstake.
Interview with Awimba Muncho
The boat Awimba came on to south Zagoria.