okada rider
 n.— «In the main square of Makeni, a couple of hours’ drive into the jungle from Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown, young men sit around on their motorbikes, chatting, joking and swapping cigarettes. These are the town’s taxi-drivers—okada riders, in the local patois—waiting for a fare.» —“Life on 70 cents a day” in Freetown, Sierra Leone Economist Dec. 11, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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