- A man, Adam Muhammed, has been trekking since 2021 from London as he hopes to get to Mecca on foot
- People who are motivated by his determination have come out to help him along the way with food and shelter
- According to the trekker, he will be passing through Jordan and Syria and aims to complete the journey in July
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A 52-year-old man, Adam Muhammed, decided he was going to walk from London to Mecca on foot. He started the journey in August 2021.
For several months as he undertook the trip, he documented it online with his followers cheering him. People who knew where he was per time sheltered, fed, and helped him to push his trolley, TRT Word reports.
Adam has put in much effort
He has been able to make it through the Netherlands, Germany, Czech, and he is currently in Istanbul, Turkey.
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Adam set a personal goal to make it to Mecca by July. He plans on passing through Syria and Jordan.
Photos of him shared on Instagram have him waving at the camera as he wears a smiling face. Many people have since reacted.
See the post below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"How does he get through all of these countries on the way to Mecca? All visa on arrival? I am just curious."
"I love this kind Adventure."
"Maşallah my brother Allah'u Teala bless you."
"More power to you."
"Mashaallah! May Allah ease your journey."
"Good luck my brother my Allah guide you."
Man who always trekked to work gets help
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a man, Donte Franklin, who walked many miles to his work every day got the kind of help he would never have imagined months ago.
It all started when a good Samaritan, Michael Lynn, saw Donte walking one day and asked why he was doing so. He revealed that he walks over 8 miles to and from work to be able to put food on his family’s table.
Walking the miles to Buffalo Wild Wings where he works takes him more than two and half hours. No matter how hard his shift was, he repeated the same arduous trek back home.
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