Time For Afua Asantewaa Aduonum’s Sing-a-thon Finally Stopped As She Does Over 126 Hours

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Ghana’s Afua Asantewaa Aduonum has finally ended her sing-a-thon that seeks to break the Guinness World Record for an individual’s longest ainging marathon.

She ended it around 7am on Friday, December 29, 2023, by doing 126 hours, 52 minutes according to the information zionfelix.net has picked on the grounds.

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Earlier, there were conflicting reports about the time she was going to stop if she really wanted to break the world record beause of some of the unexpected breaks she took.

While some people from her team suggested that she will end today, others also suggested that she will end on Saturday, December 31, 2023, but it appears the former is what is the case now.

Well, as at 9:10 am on Thursday, December 28, 2023, she crossed the 105 hour time that was in the Guinness book of world records for the longest individual singing marathon.

This record was set by Sunil Waghmare, an Indian who sang for 105 hours in March 2012.

Afua’s journey to break this above record started at midnight on December 24 and it has ended today, December 29, 2023.

READ ALSO: Afua Asantewaa Aduonum Finally Breaks The Guinness World Record For The Longest Individual Singathon

The entrepreneur during the sing-a-thon solely performed Ghanaian songs back to back at the Akwaaba village where an number of Ghanaians including A-list musicians and politicians passed through to support her.

She also received a lot of support from Ghanaian social media users who watched her online thought the process.

As it stands, congratulations are in order from us at zionfelix.net to Afua and her entire team and pray she sets the new world record.

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