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Clara Chizoba: Nigerian Woman Breaks Guinness World Record for Longest Interview

Clara Chizoba Kronborg, an international media personality who is a Nigerian, has broken the Guinness World Record (GWR) for the longest interview marathon.

Kronborg interviewed 90 people of different nationalities and professions, including politicians, business owners, content creators, actors, and real estate agents.

Her interview marathon lasted 55 hours and 24 seconds, which broke the previous record of 37 hours and 44 minutes held by Rob Oliver.

During the interviews, Clara and her guests discussed their success stories.

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According to her, she grew up in poverty in Onitsha, Nigeria, which sparked her interest in success.

Clara said:

I am committed to amplifying voices, particularly those of hardworking women and using their stories to inspire others facing similar challenges.”

The interviews took place on a yacht in Marbella, Spain, where Clara currently lives.

Despite facing difficulties such as a hoarse voice, menstrual cramps, and neck and back pain, she persisted.

She was allowed five minutes of rest after every hour of interviewing, during which she could nap, change clothes, or use the bathroom.

To stay hydrated, Clara drank a lot of water but had to wear adult diapers because of the large volume of water she was consuming.

The development comes after Tunde Onakoya, another Nigerian, recently set a new Guinness World Record for the longest marathon chess.

Onakoya embarked on the challenge at New York City’s iconic Times Square.

He had said:
After 60 hours of mental torture, we set a new record for the longest chess marathon in the world. We pushed human limitation and gave the world something new to believe in.”

 

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