Another Nigerian chef, Tope Maggie breaks Irish chef, Alan Fisher’s Guinness World Record

Another Nigerian chef, Tope Maggie breaks Irish chef, Alan Fisher’s Guinness World Record

Tope Maggie Sets New Guinness World Record in Marathon Cooking

In a remarkable achievement, Nigerian chef Temitope Adebayo, popularly known as Tope Maggie, has reportedly shattered the Guinness World Record for marathon cooking. Tope surpassed the previous record held by Irish chef Alan Fisher, who had logged an impressive 119 hours and 57 minutes.

Celebratory TikTok Video

The triumphant moment was captured in a TikTok video titled ‘The record is broken, congratulations to Nigeria, Oyo State, Chef Tope Maggie.’ In the video, Tope can be seen surrounded by enthusiastic supporters, celebrating the historic feat.

Significant Victory for Nigeria

Tope Maggie’s accomplishment marks a significant victory for Nigeria, as he reclaims the title for the longest continuous cooking from Alan Fisher. This culinary achievement comes after Fisher recently dethroned chef Hilda Bassey, who held a 93-hour record.

Tope Maggie’s Background

Tope Maggie, also known as Temitope Adebayo, pursued Hotel Management at the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State. The name ‘Maggie’ was inherited from his mother, who imparted culinary skills to him. Currently managing a chain of restaurants in Ogbomoso, Tope’s culinary journey has now etched his name in the Guinness World Records.

Video Celebration

The celebratory video on TikTok captures the joyous moment as Tope Maggie and his supporters revel in the successful completion of a 200-hour Cook-A-Thon. The event concluded precisely at 3 am, marking a remarkable chapter in the world of culinary achievements.

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