Meet Afua Asantewaa Aduonum: The Young Ghanaian Journalist Poised To Break The Guinness World Record For Longest Singathon

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In a resurgence of the Guinness World Record excitement that recently swept through Nigeria, Ghana is now in the spotlight, courtesy of Afua Asantewaa Aduonum.

This ambitious young journalist and advocate for Women Empowerment has set her sights on shattering the singathon record.

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Having secured approval from the renowned global record company, Afua Asantewaa Aduonum is poised to attempt the record for the longest singathon by an individual.

Her goal is nothing short of extraordinary by aiming to establish a new benchmark within a time frame ranging from a minimum of 117 hours to a maximum of 120 hours.

The current record-holder, Sunil Waghmare from India, made history by singing continuously for an impressive 105 hours, a feat accomplished from the 3rd to the 7th of March in 2012.

Afua now seeks to surpass this record, showcasing not only her vocal endurance but also her determination to make waves on the global stage.

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She is set to set this new record from December 24 to 27, 2023.

Afua per records available online is expected not to repeat songs she will sing during the period and also, each song she will sing should not be more or less than 2mins.

What this simple means is that Afua is going to sing over 3,200 Ghanaian songs from Gospel to High Life to Hip Life to Azonto to Afrobeats, etc before she will be able to break the current record.

We at wish Afua all the best.

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