The Ogbomoso Recreation Club (ORC), Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria, says the reason the 200-hour culinary marathon launched by Chef Tope Maggie could set a new Guinness World Record is a An essential part of its role as an entity is to improve the lives of individuals and develop its immediate community.
The Chairman of the club, Dr.
Akin Oladeji John brown, said apart from the above, if Chief Tope Maggie sets a new record, the development will bring prestige to Ogbomoso town, Oyo state and Nigeria .
The culinary marathon by Tope Maggie, a chef of Ogbomoso descent, began at the ORC premises last Friday, as announced by the club’s president, Dr. Akin Oladeji John brown, with the aim supporting all events and programs aimed at promoting unprecedented growth and development in the city.
To start the main culinary event, a 9-hole prize round of golf was organized by the club’s golf department.
Golf Section Captain, Chief Pekun Olaleye, accompanied by Professor Jide Ajao, ORC Sports Secretary, then paid a solidarity visit to Chief Tope Maggie.
Tope Maggie, has now joined the league of Nigerian chefs who attempted to break the Guinness World Record for marathon cooking.
Remember that Irishman Alan Fisher beat the record recently set by Hilda Baci from Nigeria after cooking for 119 hours and 57 minutes at her restaurant in Japan.