Davido’s cyclist fan, Emmiwuks has finally arrived Lagos after embarking on a trip on August 3 with bicycle from his Benue State home.
Emmiwuks eventually arrived the metropolitan city on Friday after spending 15 days cycling across States to deliver a special gift to his favourite singer Davido.
He was warmly received and given a heroic welcome by the Tiv community in the State according to a Facebook post.
The user sharing photos wrote: “Congratulations to Emmi Wuks, he just arrived Lagos state now and is been welcome by Mdzough U Tiv Lagos State members and Benue Chubby Queen Miss Kpadoo Upev I celebrate you Man After all #IKnowWhereIBelong.”
On his X handle, the celebrated cyclist who identifies as a ‘die hard’ fan of O.B.O described his experience on the road as ‘Timeless’.
He appreciated his kinsmen for their heartwarming reception and the DMW boss for inspiring him to do something great.
He tweeted: “Wht a TIMELESS experience. @davido my boss the street went crazy for u again today I made it to Lagos. Thank you for reminding me not to give up. Benue you’re the BEST ever! Thank you Naija.”
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Emmiwuks set out on a mission from Benue to honour Davido with a gift following the remarkable success of his fourth studio album, “Timeless”.
Though the Afrobeats maestro told Emmiwuks to ‘turn around’, abort his mission because he wasn’t home, the fan insisted on completing his trip.
Seeing his resolve, the singer requested account details to compensate him with a promise to see him on arrival in the country but he respectfully declined sending it.
Emmiwuks insisted on waiting for the singer’s return to Nigeria to fulfill his aim of having embarked on his cycling journey from Benue to Lagos State.