KingKay Africa: Ghanaian YouTuber to walk from Accra to Kumasi in 2020 election peace campaign

KingKay Africa: Ghanaian YouTuber to walk from Accra to Kumasi in 2020 election peace campaign

- A Ghanaian YouTuber, actor and film director popularly known as KingKay Africa is set to walk from Accra to Tamale

- According to him, the huge solo-project is part of his measures to preach peace ahead of the 2020 general elections

- The walk is scheduled to begin on October 30, 2020, and is estimated to cover about 540 km in total

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KingKay Africa, a Ghanaian YouTuber has decided to walk from Accra to Tamale as part of efforts to preach peace ahead of the 2020 December General Elections.

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pulse.com.gh, it is indicated that KingKay will embark on the walk beginning on October 30, 2020.

The walk will be in two parts as there will be a stopover at Kumasi briefly before the journey will proceed to Tamale.

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The distance between Accra to Kumasi is 250 km, which is about 16 times the stretch of the Accra-Tema motorway.

KingKay Africa: Ghanaian YouTuber to walk from Accra to Kumasi as 2020 elections peace campaign

KingKay Africa: Ghanaian YouTuber to walk from Accra to Kumasi as 2020 elections peace campaign Source: Pulse.com.gh
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Kumasi to Tamale is about 390 km, which in total, brings the distance that will be covered by KingKay Africa to 540 km.

The rising Ghanaian YouTuber, who doubles as an actor and film director, also indicates he will later push his limits to cross countries in Africa to raise awareness on the need to maintain peace and avoid violence in the upcoming elections.

He also mentioned that his walk is also aimed to empower the youth to live life with purpose and without fear.

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