Lady Travels Accross Seven States Within Seven Days With A Bike.

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Famous Nigerian female biker Fehintoluwa Okegbenle, has again leave many in awe, WonderTV media reports. Fehintoluwa took to her Twitter page to post pictures of her tour. According to her, On Sunday 14th February, 20121, she rode her bike power across seven states in Nigeria within seven days. Recall that this is not the first time she is undertaking the feat of travelling interstate with her bike. In 2020, she travelled to Abuja and back in a day. She wrote on her Twitter page; > "Lagos to Enugu- Uyo - Makurdi - Kaduna - Minna - Ilorin - Lagos on 2 wheels, it took 7 days of riding and pillion. I can't believe I went Across the Nation on a bike This trip, I saw, I came and I conquered I was determined, big thank you to the ATN pioneers for the opportunity"

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