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WATCH: Nigerian Lady Begins 100-hour TV Talk Show to Set Guinness World Record

In an attempt to shatter the record for the longest marathon television chat show, a Nigerian woman is starting a 100-hour marathon discussion show.

Starting on Saturday, December 16, and ending on Wednesday, December 20, the 100-hour show will be hosted by the woman, who goes by Amuda Mariam, also known as Mary Gold.

The activity is taking place in Tunde Odekunle Street, which is located in Ogba, Lagos, off of Coker Street and College Road.

Over the course of the quests, Mariam plans to invite over 100 visitors, and she just disclosed that she has received approval from Guinness World Records in order to bring attention to Nigerian media.

Mary Gold has already received a wide range of guests during the current 100-hour marathon, including well-known individuals like Adeoluwa Okusaga of BBN, Lanre Adediwura, actor Hussein Azeez Omotayo, comedian Mr. Macaroni from Nigeria, and Damola Olatunji.


The current record, held by Slovenian Boris Tomašič, who hosted his show for 73 hours and 23 minutes from September 24 to 27, 2023, is being attempted to be broken by Mary Gold.

She now adds herself to the increasing number of Nigerians who, since the start of 2023, have tried to break world records.


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