Nigerian on 25-day bike ride from London to Lagos reaches North African country, Morocco.
The UK-based Nigerian began his bike ride on 19th of April, 2022 to raise N20 million Naira for Charity.
He said the funds will be channelled to Primary Health, Water & Sanitation, PolioPlus project.
The ride is expected to last for 25 days, spanning a total distance of about 12,000km.
He urged Nigerians join hands to support the noble initiative, promising to give a 10% match grant for every donation.
UK-based Nigerian Kunle Adeyanju, has arrived in Casablanca, the capital of Morocco, just six days after commencing a 25-day charity ride from London, U.K to Lagos, Nigeria, on a motorbike.
Morocco is in North Africa, but Adeyanju’s final destination is Lagos, Nigeria, located in Western part of Africa.
Adeyanju began his historic cross-country ride on 19th of April, 2022 to raise N20 million for charity, which he said will be channelled to Primary Health, Water & Sanitation, PolioPlus project.
While announcing the commencement cross-country ride, gave a rundown of how he would criss-cross 16 countries.
“I commenced the London – Lagos Charity Ride today April the 19th, 2022.
“The ride is expected to last 25days, spanning a total distance of about 12,000km.
“The ride will traverse London – France – Spain – Gibraltar – Morocco – Western Sahara – Mauritania – St Louis – Senegal – Gambia – Mali – Cote d’Ivoire – Ghana – Togo – Benin – Lagos.
“Particularly 20% of fundraised will be targeted to support the fight to sustain Africa Polio free status.
“Our target is N20m, pls join hands with me and support this noble initiative massively. And personally, I will be giving a 10% match grant for every donation.”