Without a sign of Remonin's army and their help, Li Du had no choice but to stay on Good's territory and comply with the arrangements made for him.
Although Li Du knew that he had managed to frighten Good and had proven that he was no pushover, he knew that it was only temporary. If there was any trouble, Li Du believed that Good would not hesitate to kill him.
It was common for foreigners to go missing without a trace in Africa. Unless there was a media exposé or the missing person was a high-profile public figure, no one really bothered with these cases.
This was especially applicable to Li Du now that he was in a sensitive area, the border of three different countries where laws and regulations were poorly enforced. Not only foreigners, but locals as well were likely to vanish without a trace here.
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