I'm sorry, but we have got a lot of "he"s in the passage before we embarked on Dixon Wolo. If I could just take us back to the reference to Ebony. It's quite a long answer. On my font it starts at page 47, line 12. I am just going to go to the last part of it. What's recorded is:
"Degbon will give instruction or he would discuss with some of his other colleague commanders from the various areas to coordinate their efforts so that - sometimes he would in fact send message to Ebony, that was Mr Charles Taylor, and he was the CIC, saying that he needed reinforcements to reinforce him on the front line because of enemy threats."
I don't know who "he" relates to.