Ibadan-based chef, Temitope Adebayo, has set his sights on breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time, as he unveils his ambitious plan to embark on a 140-hour cook-a-thon.
In his quest for culinary feat, the chef aims to surpass the achievements of Chef Hilda Baci, who recently completed a 100-hour cook-a-thon, and Chef Dammy, who is currently engaged in a grueling battle to complete a 120-hour cook-a-thon.
The determined chef announced his scheduled 140-hour cook-a-thon, which is slated to commence on the 1st of November 2023 in Ibadan, Oyo State.
Intriguing photos accompanying the announcement showcased the preparations being made for this culinary exhibition.
Sharing screenshots of emails he sent to Guinness World Record and their response, IG blog, Gossipmill wrote:
“Just in: Another chef in Ibadan Temitope Adebayo plans to undertake a 140-hours cookathon.”
See screenshots below:
Reacting to the cook-a-thon mad-rush, one @ella._pretty6 wrote: “Watin person wan do when go break record? Abi make I sm0ke💨 for 2weeks straight without food”
izzy_whale wrote: “All of Una dey mad, must you do what someone else have done”
icons.gramm wrote: “After una go talk say na bad governance be our problem”
davidoriazowan wrote: “Ibadan people and records 5 & 6..Very soon everyone in Ibadan will be on Guiness world record”