Kunle Adeyanju, the brave Nigerian guy who set out on a motorcycle adventure from London to Lagos in mid-April, has finally arrived in his homeland.
Bikers and fans who had been following his journey gave him a celebrity-like welcome.
As part of his End Polio crusade, the daring Nigerian set out on this extraordinary expedition.
On May 29, biker Kunle Adeyanju landed in Nigeria, bringing an end to a mind-boggling road odyssey that began on April 19.
The daring man rode a motorcycle from London to Lagos for 39 days in an attempt to eradicate polio.
Throughout the voyage, a social media aware Kunle kept his thronging and expanding following updated by posting about each stop he made, the hurdles he faced, and even the challenges thrown at him.
Kunle was greeted warmly by bikers and others who had followed his voyage when he arrived via the Seme Border, a Nigerian village on the border with Benin, thirty minutes drive from Badagry on the coastal road between Lagos and Cotonou.
As shown in images released by Punch, he was captured in Nigeria with immigration agents and flanked by followers.