Māori man living in Ukraine on why he joined the fight
When Ngāti Tumatauenga Kane Te Tai got a call from his military mates inviting him to join them in war-torn Ukraine, the 37-year-old didn't think twice.
The former soldier sold up and packed his things and headed off to volunteer his services to the cause.
"It's not hard to survive in Ukraine with the amount of money... To be fair, if you've got $1000 you can make, this goes a long way in this country," Te Tai said.
Link to interview and article: 'A very dire situation': Māori man living in Ukraine on why he joined the fight (msn.com)