- Nigerian biker, Kunle Adeyanju, has opened up about his relationship with Eba Zenab, the Ivorian lady who has been supportive of his journey
- The London to Lagos biker who arrived in Lagos on May 29th said he very much wants to be with Zenab whom he describes as having a good heart
- Kunle said he has known the lady for 6 months, but added that does not know if Zenab will say yes to him or would also want to be with him
Nigeria's London to Lagos biker, Kunle Adeyanju, has said he does not know if Eba Zenab, the supportive Ivorian lady will say yes to him.
Kunle aka the Lion Heart however said it is his desire to be with the lady whom he said has a good heart.
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I have known her for 6 months
The brave biker who arrived in Nigeria on the 29th of May said he has been talking with Zenab for the past 6 months.
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He told The Punch:
"I knew Zenab six months ago and we’ve been talking. I discovered that she is a lady with a very good heart, she’s very tough. If you ask me, do I like her a lot? The answer is yes. Do I want to be with her? The answer is yes. Whether she will say yes or not, I don’t know. But yes, it is something I’d love to do."
Nigerians and many people around the world have noticed the usual closeness between the two with many insinuating that there might be something going on between them.
Zenab was also in Nigeria to participate in the reception organised for Kunle Adeyanju when he arrived at the Seme Border from London. Many Nigerians expressed delight in seeing the lady around.
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Kunle Adeyanju enters Ghana
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that Kunle Adeyanju entered Ghana and ate jollof rice.
According to a tweet he shared, Kunle said he prefers Nigerian Jollof to that of Ghana.
The story quickly became a debate between Nigerians and Ghanaians who argued which jollof rice is better.