(PHOTOS) Ekiti chief crosses 80 hours in Guinness World Record for TV watching challenge, marches on

By John Odunjo

“He is determined and setting a new GWR will be a major feat, not only for Ekiti and Nigeria, but for the black race” – Director of Administration, CSA GWR Watch-a-thon, Temitope Ogunsanya

An Ekiti chief, the Osagunrin of Igunrin, Ilawe Ekiti, Chief Sanya Atofarati (aka Csasounds), who began his bid to set 120 hours record in the early hours of Wednesday, has, at 12pm on Saturday, watched television for about 84 hours and looking determined to hit the target.

Atofarati, a community leader and creative artist, is targeting 120 hours to set a new record against the 94 hours set in 2016 by Fragoso, a web developer from New York, USA, the present GWR holder in the Longest Marathon Watching Television.


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