Ekiti First Lady declares support for chef cooking for 120 hours to beat Hilda Baci’s record

Mrs Olayemi Oyebanji, First Lady of Ekiti State, has commended Damilola Adeparusi, who aims to beat Hilda Baci’s record.

Damilola started cooking on Friday. She will be cooking for 120 hours to break Hilda’s record.

DAILY POST recalls that Hilda Baci made a historic feat last month after breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time by an individual.

Baci cooked for 100 hours to surpass the previous record set by an Indian chef, Lata Tondon, in 2019.

While Baci continued to enjoy accolades for the feat, Damilola has so far cooked for 83 hours to beat the Akwa Ibom chef’s record.

Writing on her Twitter page, the Ekiti State First Lady urged Nigerians to celebrate Damilola’s bold pursuit.

The last 70 hours have been about Chef Dammy @dammypas, a determined Ekiti undergraduate, who is making a bold attempt to break the Guinness World record for the longest cooking marathon.

For me, it’s her courage and determination to stand for something positive, using her God-given talent to make a statement.

“Miss Damilola Adeparusi, surely has our love and support as she forges ahead to make this bold statement.

“I salute your courage Chef Dammy, for your decision to run your own race. Congratulations.”

 

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