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Nigeria’s Jibromah set to break Guinness World Record in 144-hour singing marathon

Jibromah is attempting to set a new record of 144 hours of singing.

• June 14, 2024
Blessing Jibromah
Blessing Jibromah[Credit: Tribune Online]

Blessing Jibromah, a talented Nigerian singer, has declared her intention to break the Guinness World Record (GWR) of 105 hours in a singing marathon event.

Jibromah is attempting to set a new record of 144 hours of singing.

Jibromah said in an interview on Thursday in Abuja that she would target to surpass the current record of a 105-hour singing marathon held by an Indian singer, Sunil Waghmare.

She said her aim was not only to etch her name in the annals of music history but to inspire aspiring singers and performers to dream big and push beyond their limits.

“I am thrilled to announce my desire to break the GWR for the Longest Singing Marathon (Sing-A-Thon). This record-breaking event promises to be spectacular, showcasing endurance, talent and community spirit.

“I am driven not just by the challenge itself but by the potential benefits it can bring to Nigerians,” she said.

Jibromah said breaking the record would inspire countless young Nigerians to pursue their dreams, no matter how ambitious they might seem.

She said the marathon, scheduled for July 27 to August 2, was open to the public at 9:00 a.m. daily at Unique Park Gardens, Sky Memorial, Zone 5, Abuja.

(NAN)

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