Guinness World Record: Ekiti Govt Bans Planned 72-Hour ‘Kiss-A-Thon’ Event, Warns Hoteliers Association

Guinness World Record: Ekiti Govt Bans Planned 72-Hour 'Kiss-A-Thon' Event, Warns Hoteliers Association

The Ekiti State Government has banned a proposed three-day “Kissing Marathon Event” called “Kiss-a-Thon”. The event which is scheduled to commence on Friday, July 7, would last for three days in the state.

In a fresh development, Ekiti Government warned the hoteliers’ association in the state against such adventure, Sahara Reporters confirmed.

A group identified as Sugartee in an advert making around in the state and social media had scheduled July 7 for the commencement of the longest world kissing marathon in a popular amusement park in the state capital.

However, in a letter addressed to the secretary, Ekiti State Hoteliers’ Association and signed by Adelusi A. L, for the Permanent Secretary, Dele Ogunsemoyin, the Ministry of Arts, Culture and Tourism, the government warned hoteliers’ against such unhealthy and immoral acts in their facilities, Daily Trust report added.

“Kiss-A-Thon”, as an event is not only absurd, unhealthy, immoral and capable of denigrating the image of the state, it is a programme that runs counter to the values of the people of the state and therefore capable of plunging our youths morally backward,” the statement read.

Ekiti govt warn hoteliers association “The Ministry of Arts, Culture and Tourism hereby prohibits the hosting of such event or any other events like it in any facility that wishes to continue to operate lawfully in Ekiti State,” the statement added.

Guinness World Records has reminded anyone attempting to break a world record to have their title confirmed by the organisation before attempting.

The reminder was posted on the company’s official Twitter page alongside a link to the process for confirming a world record.

Guinness wrote: “Polite reminder that you should probably have your world record title confirmed by our team before attempting it, here’s how our process works.”

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