Ghanaian Presenter Naa Dzama To Attempt Guinness World Record For Longest Radio Talk Show

Ghanaian Presenter Naa Dzama To Attempt Guinness World Record For Longest Radio Talk Show

  • Ghanaian presenter Naa Dzama is set to attempt the Guinness World Record for an individual's longest radio talk show
  • She is expected to start on March 28 and end on April 1, 2024, to break the record currently held by Australian Mario Bekes
  • Naa Dzama's ambitious attempt coincides with another presenter, Emmanuel Agyemang, who will be attempting the longest interview marathon

A popular Ghanaian presenter, Naa Dzama, has announced her intentions to break the Guinness World Record (GWR) for the longest radio talk show by an individual.

The ambitious attempt is expected to start on March 28 and end on April 1, 2024. Her GWR attempt will begin just a day before another presenter, Emmanuel Agyemang's, longest interview marathon.

However, both will end on the same day, April 1, 2024.

Ghanaian Presenter Naa Dzama To Attempt Guinness World Record For Longest Radio Talk Show
Naa Dzama will hold her record-breaking event at Legon City Mall Photo credit: @therealnaadzama
Source: Instagram

Naa Dzama aims to exceed the number of hours done by the current record holder, Australian Mario Bekes.

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He set a new record in 2023 after he did a live talk show for a phenomenal 55 hours and 26 minutes in Sydney, Australia.

According to the GWR website, Mario is famous for his motivational podcast Life, the Battlefield, where he aims to educate, share and bring positivity to the lives of individuals.

Naa Dzama and her team have started preparing for the GWR attempt so that it may be a success.

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Meanwhile, celebrity loctician Chelsea-Abigail Owusu Ansah is ready to set a new Guinness World Record for Ghana by locing the hair of over 25 people in eight hours.

Scheduled for March 6, 2024, at Ansong Estates, her loc-a-thon has garnered attention and support as she appeals to Ghanaians to cheer her on during the event.

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A viral video by Ghanaian blogger Ronnie Is Everywhere highlights Chelsea-Abigail's determination and the anticipation surrounding her record-setting attempt.

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In another story, a Ghanaian man, Patrick Amenuvo, who wanted to break the world record for the longest standing time, halted his attempt shortly after realising he had violated Guinness World Records rules.

He acknowledged his mistakes, including moving his feet and taking longer breaks, opting to cease the attempt to maintain integrity.

Despite the setback, Amenuvo expressed determination to pursue his dream, thanking supporters and promising to rectify errors for future attempts.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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