- Maliha began her cooking marathon on November 15 with the goal of breaking the current 119-hour, 57-minute, and 16-second record
- Her attempt to break Alan Fisher’s (Ireland) Guinness World Record was thwarted when she experienced a break down after crossing the 111-hour mark.
Kenyan Chef Maliha Mohammed has surprised everyone as she embarked on a record-breaking journey to achieve the longest cooking marathon ever attempted.
With her determination and passion for the culinary arts, Maliha took on this formidable challenge.
With the intention of smashing the existing record of 119 hours, 57 minutes, and 16 seconds, Maliha Mohammed started the challenge on November 15 and has been diligently keeping her supporters informed of her progress.
Amidst the sizzling pots and her tireless efforts, it was reported that Maliha experienced an unexpected breakdown, halting the proceedings momentarily at 111 hour mark.
In a video posted on her Instagram story, Maliha was shown unconscious and receiving medical attention while being moved about on a stretcher.
She was determined that the culinary marathon would continue despite the setback caused by the emergency.
“I am a conqueror and a marathon runner. Nothing is bringing us down; to the finish line, we go,” she wrote.
In another story, Nigerian MC completes 130 hours talking marathon, shares experience
MC Walter, the Nigerian man who undertook the task of hosting a 130-hour entertainment marathon, has accomplished the feat and successfully completed the show.
The entertainer took on the role of hosting the show in Abakaliki and made an unwavering promise to engage and entertain his fans non-stop for an extraordinary duration of 130 hours.
The venue of the entertainment marathon was full of noteworthy occurrences, one of which included a touching marriage proposal by a man to his girlfriend during the event.
MC Walter had earlier disclosed his primary objective for organizing the marathon. He stated that his aim was to make an ambitious attempt at setting a new Guinness World Record with the event.
In a chat with Legit.ng after the completion of the marathon, MC Walter said it was not an easy task.
He said: “It was difficult, hellish, exhausting and tiring, but our heads were up.”