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Olubayode Treasures Olawunmi
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.
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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