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A multi-billionaire businessman and co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates has commended the effort of Kunle Adeyanju, the tourist who rode a bike from London to Lagos in a campaign to fight polio. THE CABLE reports.
The adventure took the 44-year-old Nigerian through more than 13,000 kilometres (8,000 miles) across 13 countries. Information Guide Nigeria
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SeThe arduous journey forced him through spine-chilling ordeals as he narrated how he heard “different voices” amid the shifting sands of the Sahara Desert.
He also recounted a near-death experience due to thirst in the hot, calcifying heat of Mauritania, and how Cote D’Ivoire authorities turned him back after riding to the country’s border.
After the 44-day long journey, he arrived in Nigeria on Sunday and was welcomed by a crowd of people at the Seme border of the country. jamb results
Reacting to the feat, Gates, in a tweet on his verified Twitter page on Tuesday evening, described the journey of the Nigerian as “incredible.”
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