Guinness world record unveils reasons why Hilda Baci is not yet approved for the cook-a-ton
After breaking the previous record held by Indian chef Lata Tondon for the longest cooking time, top Nigerian chef Hilda Baci has captured the attention of Nigerians and the world at large. Baci’s remarkable feat of cooking for 91 hours and counting has earned her praise and admiration from her supporters.
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Despite the overwhelming evidence, the Guinness World Records have announced that they will be reviewing Baci’s evidence before officially confirming her achievement. The Guinness Book of Records, a popular reference book first published in 1955 by the Guinness Brewery in Ireland, contains a vast collection of human and natural world records, from the bizarre to the awe-inspiring.
For Baci to be listed as an official world record holder, her evidence will need to be validated by the Guinness World Records team through a verification process. Once confirmed, she will earn her rightful place in the book, and her accomplishment will be recognized as an official world record.
Baci’s cooking hackathon has brought together Nigerians from all walks of life, who have gathered around her cooking station to show their support. In a live video, spectators could be heard cheering and expressing their pride in the chef’s accomplishment. Baci had initially set out to surpass Tondon’s record of 87 hours and 45 minutes, which she achieved on Monday morning. However, she has since continued to cook, aiming to reach an incredible 96 hours.
As the Guinness World Records review Baci’s evidence, the world awaits the official confirmation of her achievement, which has already brought pride and unity to the Nigerian people.