The situation is somewhat complex in that there are two ways (sometimes in free variation?) to mark patient personal pronouns. In examining the forms and examples below, readers should keep in mind that lo is an object but not a subject form (the subject form is ele).
The first option mirrors that of Spanish:
I kelé toká-lo. 'I want to touch it.'
The second option places the subject form of the pronoun after the verb:
I kelé toká-ele. 'I want to touch it.'
Patiño Rosselli (1983: 163–164) examines the difference between the two constructions, but the question deserves closer scrutiny.
One final note: in some persons (e.g. second singular), there is no nominative-accusative distinction.
Source: de Friedemann and Patiño Rosselli 1983: 164, ex. d