Musa lives in the coastal settlement of Cockle Bay, one of Freetown’s seaside informal settlements. Musa is an activist working on a range of urban issues in Freetown, such as data collection, advocacy and participatory planning. As part of AT2030, Musa supported the project in diverse capacities ranging from photography, translating and co-facilitating in both Dworzark and Thompson Bay. He wants to understand the challenges of disabled people and how they can use the knowledge produced to advocate for disabled people in his community and in Freetown as a whole. Through AT2030, Musa has learned the different methodologies for doing research and the language to use when speaking about disability.