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2023 Presidency: Man Trekking For Tinubu From Abuja To Lagos Arrives Ibadan

Mallam Husseini Lawal, a 30-year-old Fulani man, has arrived in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State, after traveling from Abuja to Lagos in support of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Lawal, who is from Durum town in Kano State’s Kabo Local Government Area, said he embarked on the trek because he believes Tinubu is the only person who can get the country out of its current political, social, and economic mess.

He stated that his conviction is bolstered by the fact that during his tenure as governor from 1999 to 2007, Tinubu single-handedly revolutionized Lagos and its citizens.

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Lawal began the walk at 11:27 a.m. on Wednesday, March 9, 2022, at Abuja City Gate with four shirts, two pairs of pants, and two pairs of shoes, according to


He went on to say that one of the shoes had been spoiled on the journey and that he had discarded it.

He added that he relied on the goodwill of several individuals he encountered in villages and communities he travelled through on his way from Abuja to Ibadan, as well as truck drivers.

He went on to say that he has been sleeping at mosques that have allowed him to stay the night. He went on to say that he will wash his clothing in the village and resume his trek the next morning.

Lawal arrived 20 days after leaving Abuja for Lagos in Ibadan.

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He is slated to arrive in Lagos’ Tafawa Balewa Square at the end of his voyage.

“I am a Fulani cattle rearer who went with his cows from Kano to Niger Republic, then from Niger to Sokoto and back to Kano on foot,” he explained. So, whether you believe me or not, hiking from Abuja to Lagos is nothing to me.”



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