Alan Fisher from Ireland set a new record after completing a 119-hour and 57-minute cooking marathon at his restaurant in Japan. Nigerians have had a variety of reactions in response to this news.
Hilda Baci, the world’s most famous chef, has lost her Guinness World Record for the most period spent cooking while standing.
Guinness Book of Records made the statement barely 20 minutes ago on its social media channels.
Alan Fisher from Ireland set a new record after completing a 119-hour and 57-minute cooking marathon at his restaurant in Japan.
Nigerians have had a variety of reactions in response to this news.
One person, a fan of Hilda Baci, expressed confidence in her abilities, saying, “She broke it once; she’ll break it again.”
Another person took a more philosophical approach, stating, “Records are meant to be broken, no problem.”
There was also a sentiment that Hilda Basset’s record should have been given more time to stand.
As one individual put it, “They should’ve let her keep the record for at least a year.” However, another opinion surfaced, suggesting that once you’re a record breaker, you’ll always be remembered as one. In their words, “A record breaker will always remain a record breaker.”
Someone also revealed that Hilda Baci’s name is already etched in the Guinness World Record, which is what truly matters. “Her name is registered in the Guinness World Record, and that’s all that matters,” one person pointed out.
In this unfolding Hilda Baci’s reign may seem to have come to an end, but her legacy as a record-breaker remains a source of pride and inspiration to many especially Nigerians as a whole.
Hilda Baci is yet to react to this new development.