Due to his political activities, Sukarno was exiled to Ende in 1934. He went with his wife Inggit Garnasih, the son of Ratna Djuami aka Omi, and Amsi’s mother-in-law. The early days in exile were traversed with difficulty. The most painful is the local people no one dare to talk to him and everywhere he always followed by the police. Little by little he began to get along (he started by holding a recitation) and read a lot in Ende’s rectory library. Here too he had many discussions with Pastor Huytink who predicted him that he would be president. This pastor also defended him when Sukarno invited his new friends to practice the play with a script he wrote himself. The manuscripts he has written include the Secrets of Kelimoetoe and Indonesia 1945.