Suleiman Hashimu – i doesn’t care if you believe me or not

 Suleiman Hashimu and Gen Buhari president Elect

You all still remember the one man in the whole entire population of the world most populous black Nation Nigeria that trekked from Lagos to Abuja if Buhari won the Presidential Elections?

 Well his name is Suleiman Hashimu and yesterday 24th of April 2015, he was welcomed by the new President Elect in Person of Gen Buhari  at the All Progressive Congress Presidential Hq in Abuja .

 Suleiman Hashimu and Gen Buhari president Elect



Hashimu walked for 18 days in commemoration of the election victory of Buhari.

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According to Hashimu, the journey was a personal promise he made to
God in 2013 that if Buhari contests and wins the 2015 presidential
elections, he would travel by foot from Lagos to Abuja.

 Suleiman Hashimu and Gen Buhari president Elect

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Read below part of what he said to journalists in Abuja.

“I made a promise because of the love I have for Mr. President that
if Buhari should win the 2015 elections, I will trek from Lagos to Abuja
which I have done. I thank God that I made a promise and I fulfilled
the promise.

“I passed through Kwara and Niger states to Abuja. I was trekking
from 6.00am to 6.00pm and anywhere I find myself when it is 6.00pm, I
pass the night there.I spent 18 days from Lagos to Abuja.

“Once I found myself inside the bush by 6.00pm and I managed to
continue the trek till 9.00pm to a nearby village. I made this promise
two years ago. I am based in Ibadan and I started my journey from Lagos
because Lagos is the most popular city in Nigeria and I started from
Berger junction in Lagos.

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“I am not bothered about what people think. It is a promise between
me and my God. I don’t want anybody to believe me. I left Lagos because I
made a promise. Right from Kwara state, I never walked alone for five
kilometres. People always walk with me to the next village. I work with a
construction company based in Ibadan.”



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