Three Tricyclist Drive From Lagos To Abuja to Celebrate President Tinubu’s 38 Days in Office


A group of three tricyclist drive from Lagos to Abuja in their tricycles to mark President Tinubu’s 38 days in office. The men spent about 17 hours on the road as they covered a distance of 757 kilometres driving from Lagos to Abuja in their individual tricycles.

The tricyclist names are Babatunde Olisah, Akintade Temitope, and Ahmed Bolaji. The men drove from Lagos to Abuja to show support to President Bola Tinubu, who has just marked 38 days in office. Babatunde Olisah, the Tricycle Owners Association of Nigeria (TOAN) Chairman, added that the gesture is also to seek President Tinubu’s support for the Nigerian youths, especially the tricycle riders.

The Chairman urged the President not to fail the people because Nigerians have high expectations from this administration, saying:

“I and my two colleagues Akintade Temitope and Ahmed Bolaji bought these brand-new tricycles to embark on this journey.

“We drove 757km from Lagos to Abuja and spent over 17 hours on the road just to rally support for our president and seek his government’s support for the youths, especially our union.

“We spent about N100,000 on fuel for the two tricycles used and had stopovers at Ijebu Ode, Akure and Ore before heading down to Abuja to commend Mr President and seek his support for our youths.”