Landlords Association Canvases Support for Ekiti Chief GWR 120hrs Marathon TV Watching Quest

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The Landlords Association has pledged support to the quest by Osagunrin of Igunrin, Ilawe Ekiti, Chief Sanya Atofarati (aka Csasounds), to set a new Guinness World Record for the Longest Marathon Watching Television.

The Chairman of Landlords Association at TCU/Irekanmi Quarters, Ilawe Road, Ado Ekiti, Joseph Sunday Agunbiade who expressed joy over the bid said the community was prepared to receive visitors that the contest would attract to the area .

Agunbiade in a statement said “This is to inform the Landlords/Landladies of our great community that one of us, a High Chief in our community, the Osagunrin of Igunrin Land, Chief Sanya Atofarati, will be challenging the present holder of GWR for the Longest Marathon Watching TV. Let’s all wish him success in this struggle.

It is expected that visitors from all over the world, which includes different press crews, will focus on our community. I therefore appeal to all of us to show our usual hospitality in whatever form towards our visitors,” the landlords’ chairman said.

Atofarati had announced intention to begin the 120 hours contest between 1am on Wednesday, December 27, 2023 and round it off by 1am on Monday January 1, 2024 in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital.

I will be using this avenue to raise awareness for information gathering and dissemination in Africa. If I win, it will afford me the global audience to further propagate the quality of a black man through exhibition of personal crafts and encourage the younger generations.

“My team and I are well prepared to dethrone the current record holder who recorded 94 hours. As part of our efforts to achieve this, my doctors are best professionals around and are on focus each second to ensure my stability.

I see this challenge as a must win. As part of efforts to actualize this, I had earlier embarked on 48 hours successfully as advised by my doctors and on this account, I was certified fit enough to undertake the challenge. My dietary restrictions are also part of the sacrifices.

“The encouragements from my family, friends and associates have also helped me psychologically. The support from my country home is overwhelming and when I consider all these, I am encouraged to bring this record in their honour”.

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