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Olubayode Olawunmi reads aloud for 122 hours to set new world record

A 40 year old Nigerian, Olubayode Treasures Olawunmi, read aloud for 122 hours (from 1:30pm on Monday, February 26th, 2018 to 3:30pm on Saturday, March 3rd) at a Read Aloud Marathon Session organized by the YouREAD Initiative, a CSR initiative of Guaranty Trust Bank, in a bid to reignite the interest in reading across Nigeria and beyond.

GTBank’s You Read Initiative backs Nigerian’s bid to break Guinness World Record for longest...

Guaranty Trust Bank Plc's CSR programme launched in 2017, You Read Initiative, has given her support to a 40-year old Nigerian, Olubayode Treasures Olawunmi, attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the Longest Marathon Read Aloud from various schools in the environ.

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