Abdul Kargbo, driver, 49
"My main concern is the rising prices in all basic commodities – rice, palm oil, diesel fuel.
"Most areas in Freetown do not have running water or electricity. Our roads are a disgrace, and the destruction of our forest and the hillside will cause serious mud slides in the coming rains.
"Although I am lucky to be employed, I have to look after 11 relatives. We can barely afford to eat a meal a day. Sometimes I think it would be easier without a job."