- Ghanaian real estate developer Saka successfully embarked on a road journey from Accra to London with the Wanderlust Ghana team on Sunday, August 6
- The KNUST alumnus and philanthropist reportedly drove the Ford Raptor throughout the daring drive
- In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Ghanaian philanthropist Nana Tea praised the historic accomplishment
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Ghanaian real estate developer Saka, born Ebenezer Kwadwo Saka Addo-Mensah, and the Wanderlust Ghana team made history on August 6, 2023, by driving 10,000km from Accra to London, drawing worldwide attention.
Following the historic achievement, information on some team members has surfaced on the internet.
The business owner
Saka, who has now become renowned as a philanthropist, is the chief executive officer (CEO) of Saka Homes, a premier residential and commercial property company in Ghana that targets middle-income families.
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The business owner received his bachelor's degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and an MBA in marketing from Central University College.
Nana Tea laud the Wanderlust Ghana team
Nana Tea, a Ghanaian philanthropist and social media star, celebrated the feat while urging systems to be implemented to mitigate the hazards involved.
''It's a commendable idea since it promotes Ghana. It always puts the country back on the map, which is important.''
''However, because lives are at stake, they should put appropriate structures in place to minimise any risk involved. I'm proud of him,'' Nana Tea told YEN.com.gh.
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Massive reactions as the Wanderlust GH team arrives in London
The squad of 12 men and one woman reportedly set out on Sunday, July 23, 2023, from Accra through Aburi to Nsawam, Kumasi, and Sunyani to Dormaa and then via Golokrom to Cote d'Ivoire.
Emmanuel Wireko-Brobby, the Principal Clinical Engineering Manager and Head of the Electrical Engineering Unit at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), encouraged Ghanaians to applaud the team in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh on the milestone.
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