Insecurity, bad roads, fear of accident; travelling on Nigerian roads has become a scary experience for many people in recent times. But for others like Omolara Annie, it is worth the risk.

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From Lagos to Port Harcourt, Kwara, Ondo, Warri in Delta state, among others; Annie has toured various parts of Nigeria using her power bike.

With sheer grit, passion, and determination; the bike rider has taken her love for adventure to a different level. She has also continued to get recognition for her heroics.

Annie, who refers to herself as ‘biker chick’, usually keeps her fans glued to her social media pages by providing short videos of her trips.

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The biker recently took to her Twitter page to recount her latest adventurous ride from Lagos to Abuja.

In the post, Annie recalled how she became afraid at some points on the lonely highway but had to summon the courage and continued with the trip.

The biker and vlogger also relished her excitement completing the trip, adding that “it wasn’t an easy one.”

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“Lagos to Abuja on two wheels it wasn’t an easy one but it was worth it. I got scared at some point on the lonely highway but arrived in good time. Looking forward to many more rides within and outside Nigeria on my bike,” she wrote.

FROM NIGERIA TO BENIN REPUBLIC, TOGO AND GHANA ON BIKE

Last year, Annie staged a tour across West African countries. She travelled via the Seme border to the Benin Republic and then departed for Lome in Togo.

From Lome, Annie returned to Cotonou where she ended the tour and came back to Nigeria.

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Her latest trip to Abuja has continued to elicit reactions, with some Twitter users commending her bravery.

Here are what some Nigerians had to say:

 



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