Nigeria's Guinness craze
Nigeria in Africa is busy setting a new record.
It started when a chef was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records, and accidents have continued as more and more people are trying to hurt their health.
It's a time when men sang nonstop, and in order to achieve the goal of 200 hours, they have to sing for about 62 more hours.
It is to set a new record and enter the Guinness Book of World Records.
Recently, there has been a craze in Nigeria to set various Guinness World Records.
It started in May when a Nigerian chef named Hilda Bash broke the personal longest cooking time record.
Bash, who ran the 100-hour cooking marathon, recorded 93 hours and 11 minutes in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The venue, where thousands of people gathered, led to music and cheers for four days and nights, and Nigeria's celebrities as well as the president and vice president cheered.
She quickly became Nigeria's proud daughter and a rising star on social media.