Guinness World Records has acknowledged the 100-hour cooking marathon which Nigerian chef, Hilda Baci completed on Monday evening.
The global auhority on record-breaking achievements, on Tuesday, put up a post on its official website about Hilda’s feat.
It, however, added that its officials will review the evidence before confirming the milestone of the chef.
Hilda, on Monday, made history when she completed a 100-hour cooking marathon.
Prior to her feat, Indian chef, Lata Tondon held the world record of 87 hours 45 minutes, a feat she pulled off in 2019.
Hilda not only broke the record but extended it by 13 extra hours to set her own record which will be reviewed by the Guinness World Records to have her officially inducted into the famous book.