South African football fan Botha Msila has revealed that he's had problems with his mobile phone equipment but he's on schedule with his Cape to Cairo mission.
In his video below, Msila is clearly touched by the flood of support he's received from South Africans who are amazed with his journey to watch the Africa Cup of Nations, by first hitchhiking from Cape Town to Cairo, Egypt.
Msila discusses how his compatriot's prayers and words have given him the strength to carry on.
Earlier this week we wrote about how Msila started his journey and the challenges he experienced on the way from South Africa to Zimbabwe, Zambia and then Tanzania.
We can watch his video from Kenya right here, thanks to his Tweet.
12/06 - 06:38— Botha Blaweh Helayalo (@MsilaBotha) June 12, 2019
We are now in Kenya...✊🏾✊🏾
Sorry for being quiet, network is a problem for me. Ka Lerato Leo ✊🏾 ke taba eo we are ready to hike to Nairobi 💚🙏🏾 hololoo #AFCON2019 ke taba eo #BothaCape2Cairo Ra go leboga Modimo 🙏🏾🙏🏾 @BafanaBafana kena le lona, hela yalo bafethu ✊🏾💚 pic.twitter.com/ViEKznijOW
10/06 - 19:35— Botha Blaweh Helayalo (@MsilaBotha) June 10, 2019
We on our way to Kenya now... Ka Lerato Leo Mzansi 💚💚ka Lerato Leo MaAfrica 💚💚 ✊🏾✊🏾 your support really keeps us going hololo @AFCON2O19 re moo ke taba eo #BothaCapeToCairo pic.twitter.com/k3kVlTzihW