I'll miss him, off course. Even if I only known him for a couple of months, I won't hesitate to call him a friend. Granted, living in the same camp, sharing the same core values and cultural background made it easy to get on the same wave length, but there is a fair bit from that and to calling someone a friend - at least is you're a 'wege
Let me highlight one thing that he did that I feel helps paint a picture of the man; almost the last thing he did before going aboard the helicopter that was to take him away from Yei was to go to the school I've mentioned previously, just so he could say proper farewell to the kids there.
Speaking to P2 - Primary 2nd year - at the school, with the headmaster helping with the translations.
The school yard as we walked through - it was lunch break and most of the kids were having their porridge.
Our TSL getting on the helicopter and leaving Yei for the last time - still smiling, like he always do.