A Kaduna-born cyclist and supporter of the president-elect, Mohammed Kabiru Jafaru, 35, embarked on a journey to meet with the vice president-elect in Lagos State.
Mohammed who embarked on the journey, yesterday, is a resident of Hayin Malam Bello in Rigasa district of Igabi local government area of Kaduna State.
He left for Lagos at exactly 6:35am.
Speaking to newsmen before hitting the road, he said:
“I have decided to embark on this journey to Lagos because I want to go and thank Yoruba people for their immense support and contributions that led to the victory of General Muhammadu Buhari during the March 28 presidential election.
“The decision to undertake the journey came to my mind after analysing the votes cast for Buhari by the Yoruba people and after I discussed my intention with my immediate family and friends, they encouraged me to go on the journey.” he said.
Mohammed added that he has never been to Lagos and that ” only God knows how many days I will spend before reaching Lagos”.
“I don’t have any fear because I believe in God that nothing will happen to me on the road; all I want is people’s prayers so that I will reach Lagos safely.” Mohammed said.
An APC chieftain in the state, Hon. Kailani Mohammed, said the traveler will be received by the vice president-elect, Professor Yemi Osinbajo in Lagos on his arrival.