"Huge": Guinness World Records Approves Nigerian Lady’s Application To Paint For Longest Hours, Sends Mail

"Huge": Guinness World Records Approves Nigerian Lady’s Application To Paint For Longest Hours, Sends Mail

  • A Nigerian lady seeking to set a Guinness World Record for the longest painting period has got approval to do so
  • Celebrating her approval mail from the organisation on Twitter, the lady called for Nigerians' support
  • Many people who thronged her tweet said they would love to be part of her journey come October

A brilliant Nigerian painter, Oyinlola, has shown how happy she was after Guinness World Records accepted her application to break the record for the longest painting time.

The lady said the task would commence from Saturday, October 28, to Monday, October 30. She called it "an incredible journey of creativity".

Guinness World Records/Lady attempt to paint.
The lady called for Nigerians' support. Photo source: @lola_mewu, @GWR
Source: Twitter

Guinness World Records accepts lady's application

Oyinlola asked Nigerians to join her on the mission to make the country proud. The painter also tweeted she would be seeking sponsorship for the event.

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In her words:

"But I can't do it alone. I'm seeking sponsors to help make this historic event possible. By supporting me, you'll not only be part of a record-breaking achievement, but also contribute to the promotion of art and creativity worldwide."

See her post here:

Nigerians congratulate lady who wants to break Guinness record

YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:

@billionairenoco said:

"Let's goooooooooooooooo. God's got youuuuuuuu."

@Mzdharmie said:

"This is huge."

@crunchyoreoX said:

"Yooooo. That's crazyyyyyyyy."

@_molara said:

"Wowww Oyin…this is really amazing. I’m rooting for you."

@_yomiee_ said:

"Congratulationsssss. I’m really rooting for you."

@teminiikan said:

"Now this is how to go about it. We're for you girl."

@OluMichael_ said:

"Looking forward to the date, we will be here to support you."

@TweetOnReality said:

"Honestly nothing like have a good news and I can imagine how happy it is to receive such a recognition. Big congratulations."

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@its_daqueen said:

"Oh this is lit. Congrats. I would love to see the gorgeous art that comes out of this. Nigerian women being awesome. Let's goooo."

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Chef Damilola Adeparusi (Dammy) moved closer to reaching her 120-hour cooking target.

The Ekiti chef cooked for 53 hours. Over 200 viewers were hooked to her Instagram live session in the early hours of Sunday, June 11.

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