Nigerian lady rides bike from Lagos to Onitsha and back within a day
- A celebrity Nigerian biker, Fehintoluwa Okegbenle, has bravely completed a journey from Lagos state to Onitsha and back in 17 hours
- Fenitoluwa described the whole trip as a spontaneous one, saying she left home at the wee hours of 5am
- The biker responded to people's concerns about insecurity, saying she is passionate about taking trips on her two wheels
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A Nigerian lady who has become popular for adventurous bike riding, Fehintoluwa Okegbenle, has done it again.
Recall that the same lady had earlier ridden her power bike from Lagos state to Benin city in a record time of six hours some weeks ago.
Before she undertook that journey, she never informed anyone of her decision as she went out all alone, carrying just some bananas, an apple, and water for the trip.
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Prior to that, she used 13 hours to complete a journey from Lagos to Abuja, a success that first gained her wide media attention.
This time around, Fehintoluwa rode her bike from the same state to Asaba then Onitsha, and back within a day.
Posting about the journey on her Twitter page, she shared photos that documented each significant stop that showed she was really at those places.
According to her, the trip was one she never really planned for, adding that the record beat the one she did to Abuja.
The bike rider also said that she left home at 5 am and got back 10 pm, spending a total of 17 hours on the road and clocking at 1000km.
In response to those raising the issue of insecurity on Nigerian roads, the celebrity bike said she understands but the adventure is her passion.
See her post below:
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Below are some of the reactions her post got:
"Next time you and I will ride... I go dey your back holding tightly with my eyes shut."
"Do you have a body cam? I think you should attach a camera to your bike. Record your trips and experience. You could open a YouTube page too if you don't have one already, post your videos, and make money off your hobby. Many of us would love to visually experience the trips."
"Wow. Nice one Fehintoluwa, please stay safe. Meanwhile, please how many hrs is asaba to onitsha?"
"I saw you few days ago along Edo - Ore - Ijebu ode expressway. You and other bike stopped at Ijebu ode bridge. I envy your courage actually."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 19-year-old boy, Kenneth Akobundu, from Imo state built a unique motorbike that looks like a helicopter.
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The teenager rode his motorbike around as a group of people watched in admiration. The video of the invention was posted on LinkedIn by Ndubuisi Ekekwe and Nigerians have shared their thoughts on the motorbike.
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