- Wanderlust Ghana's married members have explained why their wives did not accompany them on the epic Accra-London overland journey
- They mentioned in an interview that their significant others were not enthusiastic about joining them on the daring adventure
- The crew finished the 10,000-kilometre adventure on August 6 to raise funds to fight digital poverty in Ghana's rural regions
PAY ATTENTION: Be the first to follow YEN.com.gh on Threads! Click here!
Wanderlust Ghana, the Ghanaian team that undertook the Accra to London road journey, has explained why their wives did not join them on the daring expedition.
In an interview with Kwami Sefa Kayi of Despite Media, they explained that their wives and children ''prayed for them and were not infected with their adventurous spirit to join them on the expedition.''
They did, however, remark that one of their group members brought his son, making it a father-son endeavour.
Wanderlust Accra-London road expedition team: Meet Kwabena Ayirebi the UK Chevening scholarship recipient
Franklin Peters, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of InkIt Ghana Limited, a famous signs and digital printing company, took part in the challenge with his teenage son, Quincy.
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see YEN.com.gh News on your News Feed!
Quincy even drove for a while during the expedition. Their car for this daring voyage was a Lexus RX350.
The moment the Wanderlust Ghana team arrived in the UK in the video below:
Wanderlust Ghana completed the fantastic 10,000-kilometre Accra to London overland tour to collect funds for digital poverty in Ghana's rural communities.
The 16-day journey concluded with their victorious arrival in London on August 6, 2023. The group intended to raise awareness about digital poverty and received praise on social media for their accomplishment, particularly when nine made it to the UK.
Meet Kwabena Ayirebi of Wanderlust Ghana
Relatedly, YEN.com.gh reported that Kwabena Ayirebi, one of the 13 members of the Wanderlust Ghana team who embarked on the epic Accra-London road expedition, garnered attention after their accomplishment.
Apart from Kwabena Ayirebi, Teddy Peprah, Kwadwo Saka, Richard Anim and the only woman, Nana Afua Serwaa, also known as Shecanic, all from Wanderlust Ghana, a group of philanthropists and tourism enthusiasts, participated in the journey.
New feature: Сheck out news that is picked for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!