|World Wrapper Man and his wrapper|
|Getting Set for Bucharest 2011 Marathon|
|Bucharest 2011 Marathon|
|Race Over - Bucharest 2011 Marathon|
- Raise money for about 5 charities he is supporting;
- Raise awareness about the Okpekpe Road Race which takes place on May 16th in Edo State; and
- Raise awareness about the forthcoming Wrapper Marathon.
DAY ONE - 6 May 2015 Lagos to Magboro
David kicked off the first leg of his trek/run at the National Stadium Lagos. The first leg involves treking/running 451km to Okpekpe, Edo state where he will take part in the Okpeke Road Race.
A seven hour trek/run resulted in Adjarho running/trekking over 21km from Lagos and spending the night in Magboro a town off Lagos Ibadan Expressway.
|The trek begins|
|Stopover at RCCG Camp|
DAY TWO - 7 May 2015 Magboro to Sagamu
Adjarho kicked off the second day with agility. Along the way, he asked God to protect him from vehicles coming behind him and a couple of minutes later, this young boy rode up behind him and acted as his 'rear guard' for the greater part of the day's trek.
The road was lonely at times but in the end, he got to Sagamu where he ended the day's journey and got some needed rest. Picture below of Adjaro and his Sagamu host Chief Oduwole.
|At Sagamu with Chief Oyewole|
DAY THREE - 8 May 2015 - Sagamu to Ijebu - Ode
The journey from Sagamu begins at 7am and the destination is Ijebu Ode. See video of Wrapper man with some friends he met at Ikenne junction.
A break is always needed in every journey and wrapper man is seen in the picture below taking a well deserved rest at Odogbolu.
|Wrapper man refuelling at Odogbolu|
|Wrapper man at Ikenne junction|
DAY FOUR - 9th May 2015 Ijubu Ode to OreWrapper man started his journey at the crack of dawn and wrapped up day 4 of his journey when he arrived in Itele town, Ore at about 6.30pm. It seems he was attacked by some miscreants at the entrance of Tungs Internation Hotel Ijebu Ofe, Ore Expressway but has reported the incident to the authorities in the town.
|Day 4 is a wrap|
|Dinner - Day 4|
UPDATE: David was attacked at Ijebu Itele by suspected ritualists in a blue golf car with registration no YEN 37 AAA. There were two guys and a lady inside the car. He was rescued when some customs officials came around the scene and his assailants fled. The customs officials took responsibility for his welfare for the night and helped get him in touch with the Urhobo community in Itele the next morning. Be safe David!!