World Guinness Book of Records’ Ultimate Singing Marathon set for April 22 

World Guinness Book of Records’ Ultimate Singing Marathon set for April 22 
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Organisers of the Ultimate Singing Marathon event under the World Guinness Book of Records have fixed April 22 as the date for the one-of-a-kind event scheduled to hold at the Blake Resort, Garki, Abuja.The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the World Record singing marathon event is a one-of-a-kind experience which is expected to bring together music lovers, aspiring singers, and industry stakeholders for an unforgettable celebration of songs.

Diana Paul, a Nigerian from Cross River State and resident of FCT is attempting to break a singing record of 105 hours to set a new record of 150 hours or more.

Paul told newsmen at a press conference on Sunday that as a song writer, author, girl-child enthusiast and an advocate for goodwill, she applied to the Guiness World Record to set a new singing record which had been approved.

She explained that she was not only attempting to set a new record but also to use the platform as an opportunity to challenge the youths in the country not to give up on their dreams.

“My goal is to stir up the youths to pursue their passion, commemorate the international women’s month and take on feats that promote human existence and peace.

“Music like football brings people together which provides a unique platform for networking, showcasing products/services, and fostering collaborations among participants,” she said.

Mr Henry Ajifoh, the C.E.O of Big TV Space, the Organisers of the event said the Singathorn event is a highly anticipated gathering which would attract diverse audience from various industries and backgrounds.

He noted that Big TV Space is a leading brand registered with the corporate affairs commission and does business in entertainment, cultivating, harnessing and showcasing of talents.

He called on sponsors to come on board and lend their support for the event thereby showing their

commitment to the arts and music community, adding that there was alot value for all stakeholders involved.

“We have a strong track record of organizing successful events such as this and creating impactful partnerships that drive value for all stakeholders involved.

“We are actively seeking for sponsors and partners to support this unique event.

“By collaborating with us, your brand can reach a highly engaged audience of music lovers, business men and women, brands and more.

“While demonstrating your commitment to the arts and community engagement, various sponsorship levels are available, offering a range of promotional benefits tailored to your company’s goals.

“For inquiry, sponsorship opportunities, or general questions about the 150 hours Guinness World Record singing marathon, please contact us on 0703 856 5945 0808 880 4818.

“We look forward to sharing this extraordinary global experience with you,” he said.

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