Popular filmmaker, Ugezu J. Ugezu has faulted chefs in Nigeria, questioning their intentions to break chef Hilda’s record.
Ugezu J Ugezu took to social media to fault Chefs under this category for not waiting for the Guinness World Record to ratify Hilda Baci’s 100 hour cook-a-thon.
This is coming after a certain chef Dammy of Ekiti began her attempt to break Hilda Baci’s unofficial 100-hour cook-a-thon record.
Another chef from Ogbomoso made his intentions known to start outcompete Hilda Baci’s record as well and will have his 140-hour cooking marathon in Ibadan from the first of November.
Reacting to the news, the filmmaker stated that such attempts by these chefs can only be defined as ‘wickedness’ as they should have at least waited for GWR to confirm or deny Baci of the achievement before making a move. Ugezu J. Ugezu wrote:
“They didn’t even wait for Hilda to get a confirmation, they have regrouped to stage another and deny her the confirmation.
How else can wickedness be defined?.”
WITHIN NIGERIA reported popular comedian cum prophet, Bayegun Oluwatoyin aka Woli Arole has joined the Guinness World Record breaking race, announcing on social media that he is set to embark on a pray-a-thon.
The content creator made the announcement via his Instagram page and said he intends to pray for the longest praying hours—5000 hours (about 208 days).
Arole, who noted that it is a doable act, asked fans and supporters to anticipate the date of commencement.
He tagged the Guinness World Records in his post and other notable personalities while sharing a poster.
The comic act wrote:
“PRAY – A – THON…….
It is doable….
Guinness Book of Record…..”