Setting a New World Record: Nigerian Teacher John Obot Shatters the Marathon Reading Record
In a remarkable achievement coming out of Uyo, Akwa Ibom state, a Nigerian educator named John Obot has accomplished what was once deemed impossible. With unyielding determination, he has obliterated the existing world record for the longest marathon reading aloud by an individual, previously held at 124 hours.
John Obot, hailing from Akwa Ibom state, has soared beyond the accomplishments of Isakov from Turkey, who previously held the Guinness World Record. In an awe-inspiring display of dedication, he is now in the process of setting an unprecedented new record by reading aloud for an astonishing 145 consecutive hours.
This extraordinary feat is currently unfolding in Uyo, the capital of Akwa Ibom state, and is anticipated to conclude around 1 a.m. on Tuesday. At that moment, Mr. Obot will have triumphantly achieved his audacious goal of 145 hours of non-stop reading aloud, etching his name in the annals of history.
Indeed, Hilda Baci, a talented chef from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, has left her mark in the world of records. Her remarkable achievement in breaking a Guinness World Record through her cookathon has been a source of inspiration to many. It’s heartening to witness individuals from Akwa Ibom State, like John Obot and Hilda Baci, reaching such impressive milestones.Their accomplishments serve as a beacon of hope and motivation, igniting a sense of pride in their community and beyond. We eagerly anticipate witnessing more groundbreaking projects and record-breaking endeavors emerging from the talented individuals of Nigeria, especially from the vibrant and dynamic Akwa Ibom State. These achievements exemplify the boundless potential that resides within us all.