This is a feature with respect to which there is regional variation in Kriol. In the Western Varieties i.e. the Victoria River variety and the Fitzroy variety, reciprocal and reflexive constructions are marked in the same way in most cases. In the Victoria River variety, both the general reflexive/reciprocal pronoun mijelb and a specific reciprocal pronoun wan anatha can be used in reciprocal contexts; the latter is possibly more acrolectal. The invariable marker mijelb is also attested in combination with ij 'each'. In the Fitzroy variety, the invariable reflexive/reciprocal marker is jelp. In most substrate languages, reflexive and reciprocal are not formally distinguished.
Source: Hudson 1985: 48