Speech-a-thon: Olusa halfway to make history

Ondo State young public speaker seeking to break Guinness World Record for the longest speech marathon by an individual, Christopher Bayode Olusa, has spoken for over 60 hours.

The Ajowa Akoko indigene set out to speak for 120 hours to break the current record being held by a Nepali, Ananta Ram, who spoke for 90 hours and 2 minutes in Kathmandu, Nepal from 27th to 31st of August 2018.

Christopher is currently giving his speech at the DEJAVU Hotel, Alagbaka Akure, Ondo State.

He kick-started the world record attempt tagged, “From Words to World Records” on Monday September 11 and must speak for five days to achieve his set goal.

Eminent personalities, students and residents of the Sunshine State have been visiting the venue of the speech marathon to support him.