Li Du stayed overnight in Remonin's camp. He had decided to return the next day. After all, it was no fun there and he would rather return and stay with his parents.
Remonin contacted him in the evening to discuss the issue of his soldiers working as guards for Li Du.
He was willing to send fifty soldiers and seventy officers to South Africa for Li Du. The monthly salary would be three thousand for the soldiers and five thousand for the officers. In addition, there would be one commander with a salary of ten thousand.
It meant that Li Du would be forking out close to two hundred thousand dollars to support Remonin every month.
Li Du would just have to pay up and provide food and lodgings for the men. He would not need to worry about the rest.
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