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General News of Sunday, 11 August 2019


British High Commissioner rides a bicycle 844km from Tumu to Accra

Iain Walker as he started his 844km bike ride from the North to South

What seems impossible was started by the British High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker in Tumu on Friday, 9th August 2019.

This was not sounding normal to the ears of people as the distance scared their Minds.

Tumu to Accra is Estimated to be about 844km which takes a car a minimum of 10hours with a speed of 120km/hour to make it.

It is however not known how many days the High Commissioner Mr Lain Walker is expected to take to get to Accra.

Mr Walker started the journey at 10:57am in Tumu after a tree planting exercise he embarked on.

The Neveriwie River in Sissala East Delayed him from beginning the Journey due to overflow.

The river is 15km from Tumu.

Mr Iain Walker was accompanied by some residents of Tumu to where he departed.

The High Commissioner has since taken off.

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