Hilda Effiong Bassey, widely known as Hilda Baci, has emerged triumphant by surpassing her initial 96-hour target and setting a remarkable 100-hour record time in a thrilling cook-a-thon competition held at Amore Gardens in Lekki.
The young chef’s extraordinary achievement has captured the attention of supporters who are now enthusiastically sharing videos of themselves cheering her on and celebrating this incredible milestone.
Originally slated to conclude at 4 pm today, Hilda’s cooking marathon has now propelled her beyond the current Guinness World Record holder for the “longest cooking marathon by an individual.”
Starting last Thursday, the Lagos-based chef fired up her cooker precisely at 4 pm, and after a grueling journey, she surpassed the previous record holder on Monday morning.
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Hilda’s exceptional feat places her on the precipice of dethroning Lata Tondon, the Indian chef who set the record in 2019 with an uninterrupted cooking marathon of 87 hours and 45 minutes.
If Hilda’s remarkable achievement is officially certified after the 100th hour, she will unquestionably claim the coveted title of the new world record holder.