- Twelve people who were determined to accomplish the mission of travelling from Ghana to London by road faced an obstacle
- Two of their vehicles became faulty, and they had to stop to make them fit for the long road trip ahead
- Lamenting that the car broke down, a member of the group noted that their G-Wagon had not disappointed them
A group of 11 men and one woman who wanted to fulfil the task of travelling from Ghana to London stopped during their journey to repair some of their Toyota cars.
Travelling to London by road
Filming one of the vehicles they used for the journey, he told people that their Mercedes Benz G-Wagon was still solid and intact.
Many people who watched his video advised him to open a channel to show their trip live as they go towards the UK.
Watch the video below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"You for do YouTube channel for daily review I’m soo invested in this trip."
Nana Yaw Moolah said:
"Pls nxt time u should go with kantanka pick up truck I wanna see some thing."
"Where did they pass ? They should wait for me next time please."
"They should use the older models they are stronger."
"Rich, please next time make sure am part of the group."
"Accra to London how."
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Nana Opoku309 said:
"It's my dream to embark on a journey like this at least once in my life time. Great job."
BAD BOY ERA said:
"Omo I wan jakpa o, I can hide in the tyre."
"Please help oo I will go."
Kobby Kay said:
"How I wish I was with u guys for this trip."
Moment Kunle got to Morocco
Similarly, on Thursday, April 28, Kunle revealed he was in Morocco. The man said that his experience with the Spanish cold weather was a way of preparing him for the desert.
He added that the desert wind was strong and dusty. Kunle revealed that the wind made it difficult for him to ride at 90km/1hr.
A Ghanaian woman who followed her husband's advice to travel outside the country earns GH¢1,500 monthly
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported how a woman whose husband forced her to go and work in Iraq makes in a month.
Man places his tablet, AirPod, watch on car to see if people will take them, expresses shock when he returns
Although the money is not much, Leticia Kobina says she prefers to work and earn more before returning to the country.
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