• A bumpy ride towards claiming credibility

    FREETOWN: Think Africa Press relays the ‘okada’ riders’ joint struggle for their service to be recognised as an accountable, valuable and effective mode of public transport in Sierra Leone’s capital. Read here. BAMENDA: New regulations are being implemented by Bamenda’s City Council to restrict the routes of commercial bike riders to untarred roads. Local news … Continued

  • Young men struggling for work in Freetown

    When I met Ibrahini Sorio Jalloh in Freetown, Sierra Leone, he was unpacking second-hand clothing from a huge hessian bag and setting up his stall in Kabiya Lots Market, a five-minute walk from the iconic Cotton Tree in the city center. “I live with fifteen people in my house. That’s why I sell ‘junks’,” says … Continued