Kenyan Cyclists Return From Historic 3,500km Ride to Mecca

The six friends Mohammed Zahir, Anwar Mansoor Abdalla, Solomon Okoth Osman, Mohamed Salim Mohamed, Zaher Taj Yakub and Zakir Piyush Budhdeo have been welcomed back in Kenya from Saudi Arabia, where they participated in the annual Hajj pilgrimage. The journey took them 35 days to complete. They were attempting to raise U.S.$50,000 for the completion of Al Furqan towers in Namanga and sponsor needy children.

The Kenyan cyclists on the pedal Hajj to Mecca with family and friends in Nairobi before they embarked on the 45-day expedition.

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