Oluwatobi Kufeji, a Nigerian, has embarked on the longest singing marathon in his quest to set a new Guinness World Record.
The marathon officially started on July 5 in Lagos and is scheduled to end on July 13.
Kufeji had earlier disclosed his intention to hold a 200-hour praise-a-thon in order to break the previous record of 105 hours achieved by Indian musician Sunil Waghmare in 2012.
“Guinness World Records has accepted my application to break the record of the LONGEST SINGING MARATHON of 105 hours, currently held by Sunil Waghmare (Indian) since March 2012, and the record of the LONGEST CONCERT BY A SOLO ARTIST for 501 hours, currently held by Kuzhalmannam Ramakrishnan (Indian).”
“These marathons will be done separately.” I’m confident that I’ll break both records. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” he said.
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