They embraced the organisation. They embraced the organisation. They said they liked the movement and they liked the NPFL, so they said the leader will not pass. He should stay with them in Gbarnga until the time he will be ready to go to Monrovia. But they said they would not let him pass. So the superintendent, the commissioner and the heads, the elders and the zos, all of them, they all willingly said it. That was how Taylor was based in Gbarnga, but he was on his way straight to Monrovia.