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Power outages threatens Nigerian singer Jazminesing in Guinness World Record sing-a-thon attempt

Resilient artist continues quest for 120-hour sing-a-thon despite power outages

Ghana’s Afua Asantwaa is not alone in the GWR sing-a-thon attempt, Nigerian singer Jazminesing, on a mission to secure a spot in the Guinness World Records (GWR) with her sing-a-thon, is encountering formidable challenges as technical difficulties, including frequent power outages, threaten her ambitious quest. With an impressive target of 120 hours, Jazminesing has already surpassed the 75-hour mark in her silent journey to set a new record for the longest sing-a-thon. Despite disruptions caused by electricity issues, the resilient artist remains undeterred in her mission to make a lasting mark on the world stage.

In a recent TikTok Live session, Jazminesing expressed her frustration over the persistent electricity challenges that have interrupted her performance. Fans, eagerly following her progress, shared in the disappointment as technical glitches disrupted the otherwise impressive feat. However, Jazminesing assured her supporters that she is actively working on finding alternative solutions to overcome the challenges and ensure a smooth and uninterrupted experience for everyone involved.

Jazminesing’s determination shines through as she faces these obstacles head-on, showcasing her commitment to achieving the remarkable feat she has set out to accomplish. Despite the setbacks, Jazminesing’s resolve and perseverance serve as an inspiration to fans and fellow artists alike, demonstrating that passion can triumph over technical difficulties. As the world watches, Jazminesing’s sing-a-thon continues to unfold, with the hope that she will successfully secure her place in the prestigious Guinness World Records.

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