Written By Naa Koshie
In an impressive display of talent and determination, Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, a Ghanaian singer, submitted an application to the Guinness World Records for THE LONGEST SINGING MARATHON. The marathon is set to last between 117 and 120 hours, exclusively featuring Ghanaian songs.
The current record for the longest singing marathon stands at 105 hours, achieved by Indian singer Sunil Waghmare in 2012. Afua Asantewaa aims to surpass this milestone and promote the rich musical heritage of Ghana.
In a video shared by Afua Asantewaa, she expressed her excitement and called upon Ghanaians to support her by keeping her in their prayers. She also reassured everyone of her readiness to take on this incredible challenge.
The application has been approved by Guinness World Records, and Afua Asantewaa's journey to make history is now underway. The singing marathon is expected to captivate audiences and showcase the beauty of Ghanaian music.
Ghanaians from all walks of life are eagerly anticipating this remarkable feat and are encouraged to rally behind Afua Asantewaa as she embarks on this musical adventure.
Stay tuned for updates on this extraordinary journey as Afua Asantewaa aims to make Ghana proud and etch her name in the Guinness World Records.
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