Nigerian Man Attempts Guinness World Record with Longest Singing Marathon
Oluwatobi Kufeji, a talented Nigerian musician, has embarked on a momentous endeavor to achieve a new milestone in the prestigious Guinness World Records. His mission: to complete the longest singing marathon ever recorded.Commencing on July 5 in Lagos, Kufeji’s marathon is slated to last an astounding eight days, culminating on July 13. With unwavering determination, he aspires to surpass the existing Guinness World Record set in 2012 by Indian singer Sunil Waghmare, who achieved a commendable feat of singing continuously for 105 hours.Kufeji announced his audacious plan beforehand, sharing his intention to undertake an awe-inspiring 200-hour praise-a-thon. This ambitious endeavor not only aims to break Waghmare’s record but also surpass the current record for the longest concert by a solo artist, which stands at a remarkable 501 hours and is held by Kuzhalmannam Ramakrishnan, another Indian artist.In an enthusiastic social media post, Kufeji expressed his elation at having his application accepted by Guinness World Records, acknowledging the opportunity to surpass the two remarkable accomplishments. His unwavering faith in his abilities was evident as he wrote, “I’m very convinced that I will break the two records. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”With the world watching and anticipation building, Kufeji’s historic journey promises to captivate the hearts and minds of music enthusiasts globally. As he ventures deeper into this unparalleled singing marathon, he stands as a testament to the indomitable spirit of human achievement and the power of unyielding determination.