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Kunle Adeyanju, a Nigerian biker who set out to ride from London to Lagos on his bike, has arrived in Ghana.

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He landed in the West African country of Ivory Coast, according to a tweet he sent, and liked its Jollof rice.

After complimenting them on the Ghanaian Jollof rice, Kunle went on to explain that he loves Nigerian Jollof rice.

His tweet reads in part:

“HELLO GHANA…. THANK YOU FOR THE JOLLOF RICE TONIGHT…. HOWEVER, I STILL PREFER NIGERIAN JOLLOF.”

Below are some reactions:

“How long is it from Cote d’Ivoire to Ghana?” tweeted @gotyopima. “Is it really that close?”

“I guess you’re in Takoradi,” @kabsholelectric said. You won’t be able to stay in Ghana for long because the road ahead is still very long. Safe travels, sir. We are completely devoted to you.”

“Most of his posts are certainly delayed,” @laqadri said, “and he’s not expected to make a post identifying his actual and immediate whereabouts for security reasons.”

“Omo you don reach naija be dat nah welcome home,” @Dyberry1 said.

“Y’all realize there’s Togo and Benin before Nigeria, coming from Ghana?” said @otitokoro77.

“Abeg leave Ghana before commenting on thier Jollof ooo,” @iammrstiles said. They enjoy getting too personal.”

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