He would call some other radio stations and he will send instructions, saying that they should send reinforcements immediately and those were the immediate areas not too far from our own areas. And he would contact some of his other colleagues in the Special Forces who were in charge of those units whom I had said before that I did not know their names. They were the ones that he would contact and explain to them that they were under pressure and that they should try and reinforce.
The moment Mr Taylor came in, that was if there was a delay in receiving the reinforcement - at that time he would directly called the CIC, Mr Taylor, who was commonly known as Ebony, Degbon. Degbon would call Mr Taylor, the CIC, for him to make it possible to tell the other men to rush in sending the reinforcements for him on the front lines.