Agence France-PresseOctober 4, 2013 00:48
Along the cracked and muddy road that crosses Madina, the main market in Guinea's capital Conakry, shops are shut because of fear of violence after elections held last Saturday.
"We haven't opened since September 27, but I come to keep an eye on my brother's shop," says Thierno Oumar Bah, whose family sells clothes and electrical goods.
"It's risky to open. Whenever there are incidents, some people take advantage to attack us. Everybody is afraid," he says.