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Afua Asantewaa Aduonum’s Epic Sing-a-thon Aims to Break Guinness World Record


With remarkable stamina and passion, Afua Asantewaa Aduonum has embarked on a daunting journey to etch her name in the history of the Guinness World Records. Her ambitious goal is to break the current record for continuous singing, set at 105 hours.

Embarking on this journey on December 24, 2023, Aduonum has displayed unwavering commitment, achieving an impressive one day and 21 hours of non-stop singing, exclusively featuring local tunes. This sing-a-thon not only showcases her tenacity but also celebrates Ghanaian culture.

The event has garnered widespread enthusiasm and support from notable Ghanaian celebrities and officials, including Prophet Nigel Gaisie and Akuapem Poloo. Their backing amplifies the collective hope for Aduonum’s success, turning this into a community-driven celebration.

Aduonum’s sing-a-thon has the potential to set a new standard for future record attempts in similar categories. The event’s attention and support reflect deep admiration for her ambition and its cultural significance. As the world watches, the question lingers: Will Afua Asantewaa Aduonum rise to the pinnacle of this unique challenge and establish a new Guinness World Record?

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