Another man has decided to trek. This time an amputee has decided to trek from Kaduna to Abuja to congratulate the president-elect, Muhammadu Buhari.
The 30-year-old physically challenged Ibrahim Musa has started trekking to deliver a personal message to Buhari on the need for his government to consider the physically challenged and handicapped in the country. Musa says it is a personal message he must deliver.
Recall that since the victory of Buhari at the poll in March 28, various people have decided to honour him by walking. First, it was Suleiman Hashimu, who walked from Lagos to Abuja to honour the president-elect.
Another supporter, Mohammed Kabiru Jafaru, meanwhile took a different route opting to congratulate the vice president elect, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, by riding his bicycle from Kaduna to Lagos state.
Last Wednesday, another man, Adamu Abdullahi announced his intention to walk from Maiduguri to Abuja to honour the president-elect, Muhammudu Buhari.