By Taiwo Ajala
The recent feat of Kunle Adeyanju, who covered more than 12,000 kilometres (8,000 miles) across 13 countries has not gone unnoticed.
Microsoft founder, Bill Gates, on Wednesday commended the Nigerian biker, who rode a bike from London to Lagos in a campaign to end polio.
The biker, also known as ‘The Lion Heart’, travelled 41 days from London to Lagos on a motorcycle to achieve the feat.
Commending Adeyanju’s feat, Gates, in a tweet, described the biker’s campaign as “incredible”.
Gates retweeted a story on the biker and wrote, “Incredible. #lionheart1759.”
Adeyanju embarked on his transcontinental challenge in April to raise funds for Rotary International’s fight against polio.
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