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#BolgatoAccrabyBike: James Kumbeni arrives in Kintampo

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James Kumbeni, a resident of Bolgatanga, is cycling from Bolgatanga, the Upper East Regional capital, to the national capital, Accra. He is currently in Kintampo, a town in the Bono East Region.

Mr. Kumbeni would cover a total of 815 kilometers in four days. Mr. Kumbeni has covered a total of 360 kilometers in two days.

When the cyclist spoke to A1 Radio ahead of his trip, he mentioned that the decision to cycle to Accra is to achieve a number of goals.

“Carbon emissions from vehicles destroy the quality of the air we breathe. This leads to global warming and climate change. For this reason, Keekee Cycling Konnect would be embarking on an 815km ride from Bolgatanga to Accra to promote cycling as a means or alternative means of transport in Ghana and the world. This way, we can save our planet from global warming and climate change,” Mr. Kumbeni, who doubles as the Chief Peddler for Keekee Cycling Konnect, wrote on his Facebook page.

Additionally, Mr. Kumbeni would use the trip as a means of supporting a fellow native of the Upper East Region, Joel Atinga Nsobila, who is attempting the longest barbecue marathon in Accra.

It would be recalled that James rode 170 kilometers from Bolgatanga, the Upper East Regional capital, to the Northern Regional capital, Tamale, to support the longest cooking marathon attempt by Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak.

James Kumbeni is from Baare but lives and works in Bolgatanga. He teaches at Desert Pastures International School in Bolgatanga and is inspired by the fun in cycling.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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