It will take around 90 days for the Guinness World Record body to verify and confirm the results.
Chinedu, who played professional football in Cambodia, told CNN he
discovered the skill during his 10-year professional football career.
He said he then read about the Guinness World Record and set out to do something extraordinary.
In an interview he said…
“I did it because I wish to share my God-given talent to the world and
to encourage the young ones to do something that has never been done
Chinedu also said ,” the most challenging part of his trip was cycling
on the Eko bridge, one of the three bridges connecting the Lagos
mainland and Lagos Island. It sits over the Lagos lagoon and is 3.43
Chinedu said with the help of policemen and Lagos State Traffic
Management Authority (LASTMA) officers he was able to navigate through
heavy traffic, bumps and potholes on the road.