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Pelumi Nubi reveals why she drove from London to Lagos

  • Pelumi Nubi, a media personality who drove from London to Lagos, has shared her reasons for embarking on such a daring journey.
  • In an interview with Punch Saturday Beat, she expressed her desire to motivate other women to venture out of their comfort zones and explore new experiences.
  • In an interview with Punch Saturday Beat, she expressed her desire to motivate other women to venture out of their comfort zones and explore new experiences.

Pelumi Nubi, a media personality who drove from London to Lagos, has explained why she took on such a risky adventure.

In a recent interview with Punch Saturday Beat, she remarked that she hoped to inspire other women to push themselves and try new things.

Pelumi mentioned that she faced a variety of challenges along the way. Remember that she was injured in an accident throughout her trip before arriving in Lagos on April 7, 2024.

She said …

“I wanted to inspire more women to step out of their comfort zones and do things that were challenging for them. I wanted to explore the two places I consider home— London and Lagos; as well as tour West African countries, because not much is known about such places. It was important for me to do this and inspire other travellers, that they can step out of their comfort zones too.

The most difficult border to cross was the longest one I stayed at, and that was Liberia. I stayed there for two nights. Other challenges I faced included navigating it all on my own as a woman. I did not have a team, so I had to wear multiple hats and do it all flawlessly. I had to constantly keep people updated on social media, which was also a very important part of the trip, so as to inspire the next generation.”

Speaking about her future plans, the travel enthusiast stated that she enjoys travelling and will continue to do so.

“I have always been a traveller, and I have been to over 80 countries. It is something I will definitely continue to do, especially as regards the educational service and policy changes in border control. We need to do better to make sure it is freer to travel around Africa,” she said.

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