Ghanaian Songbird Afua Asantewaa Aduonum Aims to Break Guinness World Record in Marathon Singing Feat

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Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, a Ghanaian enthusiast, has set her sights on breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest individual singing marathon. Her ambitious goal is to surpass the current record held by Indian singer Sunil Waghmare, who achieved an impressive 105-hour singing marathon in March 2012.

Kicking off her melodic journey at the stroke of midnight on December 24, Afua has committed to singing continuously until December 27, totaling a staggering 4 days and 9 hours. The venue for this musical marathon is the vibrant Akwaaba village, where a diverse crowd, including A-list musicians, politicians, and fellow Ghanaians, have gathered to witness and support this remarkable endeavor. Even Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia attended the event, showing solidarity and encouragement.

The initiative has not only become a notable event in Ghana but has also sparked considerable interest on social media platforms. As Afua belts out Ghanaian tunes back-to-back, the nation is not only witnessing an attempt at a world record but also celebrating its rich musical heritage during the festive season. The 2023 Christmas season in Ghana is shaping up to be unforgettable, with Afua’s singing marathon adding a unique and memorable touch.

Social media users and attendees alike have showered commendations on Afua’s dedication and determination to break the existing record. Beyond the impressive vocal performance, the event has gained recognition for its promotion of Ghanaian songs and culture during the Yuletide. It stands as a testament to the power of individual passion in uniting communities and showcasing the vibrancy of Ghana’s artistic spirit.

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