- A Nigerian lady identified as Fehintoluwa Okegbenle has shown that people can achieve anything if they believe in themselves
- Okegbenle embarked on a trip to Abuja on a bike and successfully got to her destination in 13 hours
- The lady said she got a lot of discouragements when she set out to embark on the journey, but she refused to back out
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A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to celebrate her win after successfully completing a trip from Lagos to Abuja (a 694km journey) on a bike.
The lady identified as Fehintoluwa Okegbenle shared some pictures of herself and others that embarked on the journey on her Twitter page.
According to her, it took them 13 hours to get to Abuja on a bike. She said she got a lot of discouragements when she set out to embark on the journey, but she didn't give up.
Captioning the pictures, Okegbenle with the handle @FehinLean wrote:
"Journey from Abuja to Lagos on 2 wheels. It took 13 hours. It tested my skills, my stamina, and my general strength. You see ehn, if you don’t believe in yourself nobody will.
"I got a lot of No’s to do this trip but I did it anyways and I conquered. Where next?"
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Below are some of the comments:
In other news, a 19-year-old boy from Imo state has built a unique motorbike that looks like a helicopter and has got people talking on social media
The teenager identified as Kenneth Akobundu rode his motorbike around as a group of people watched in admiration.
The video of the invention was posted on LinkedIn by Ndubuisi Ekekwe and Nigerians have shared their thoughts on the motorbike.
OPB Opia noted that the young boy sacrificed a lot of resources to build the motorbike, adding that people would assist him in proceeding to the next stage if they were aware.
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