There were five chickens at his house. OR: Five chickens were found at his house.
It must be noted that the existential verb loaa is a neuter verb in the lexifier, so alima moa is properly the grammatical subject (i.e. five chickens collectively is the entity that is in the state of existence) if loaa is still a neuter verb in the pidgin. Grammatical relations were variable in Pidgin neuter verbs; in many cases the subject of loaa in its possessive non-existential sense is the possessor, not the possessed (which is the subject in the lexifier, as this is the entity in the state of possession).