Keke Napep Riders Travel 757 Kilometers from Lagos to Abuja in Solidarity with President Tinubu

…By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media. Tricyclists, commonly known as Keke Napep riders and organized under the Tricycle Owners Association of Nigeria (TOAN), have embarked on a journey from Lagos to Abuja to express their solidarity with President Bola Tinubu.

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They undertook a remarkable 757-kilometer trip to mark the president’s 38 days in office.

Support for the Tinubu-led Government

The tricyclists stated that they traveled for over 17 hours to demonstrate their support for the Tinubu-led government.

Babatunde Olisah, Chairman of the Ajah branch of TOAN and one of the riders, explained in an interview with Daily Trust that their visit aimed to celebrate the president’s 38 days in office and seek his assistance for Nigerian youths, specifically tricycle riders.

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Overwhelming Experience and Support

Olisah described the journey and the solidarity they received throughout their route from Lagos to Abuja as overwhelming.

He urged the president not to disappoint them, emphasizing the significance of his support for the tricycle riders and the nation’s youth.

The Journey and its Costs

Providing details about the journey, Olisah stated that he, along with his colleagues Akintade Temitope and Ahmed Bolaji, purchased brand new tricycles for the trip.

They covered a distance of 757 kilometers, spending over 17 hours on the road.

They incurred expenses of approximately N100,000 for fuel, making stopovers at Ijebu Ode, Akure, and Ore before reaching Abuja.

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Their primary purpose was to commend President Tinubu and seek his support for the country’s youth.

In summary, Keke Napep riders, represented by the Tricycle Owners Association of Nigeria (TOAN), embarked on an extraordinary journey from Lagos to Abuja, spanning 757 kilometers.

Their aim was to show solidarity with President Tinubu, commemorating his 38 days in office.

The tricyclists expressed their support for the Tinubu-led government and sought assistance for Nigerian youths, particularly within their union.

The journey proved to be a memorable and overwhelming experience for the riders, who now eagerly await the president’s support.

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