It was a great adventure and fun trip for the 12 Ghanaians who travelled to London by road. The trip took 16 days to reach the final destination.
Accra To London Journey
Kwabena Peprah explained that all they needed was their Ghanaian card [ECOWAS card], which had traveled in West African countries until they entered Mauretania, where they had to pay for their visas on arrival.
This is 60 euros, but they have to pay 120 euros due to the extortion of security personnel.
They entered Morocco from Mauretania with a $10 visa, entered Europe through Spain through the Mediterranean Sea with a Shengen visa, and then went to London with a British visa.
They began their journey as a team of 12 Ghanaians, and it is expected that by the time they arrive in London, they will drive a total of about 10,000 kilometres.
According to Kwabena Peprah, the expedition was also used to raise funds for rural primary schools in Ghana.
When they entered Spain, the team shared their motivation for embarking on an extraordinary journey in a radio interview at Peace FM in Accra.
They explained that they were inspired by the stories of people travelling by road from Europe to Ghana and other African countries and other African countries, so they decided to try this adventure as an interesting activity while exploring other countries.
“We are explorers, and we do this for fun. We have been reading until people drive from Europe to Ghana, and we also plan to do so. We are almost there.
When they arrived, the information began and was monitored, saying that the G-wagon was trapped in Europe and was not allowed to enter the United Kingdom because he did not have a British visa.