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Money gifted during 120-hour cook-a-thon smaller than what I spent -Chef Dammy

Days after the Guinness World Record said that an applicant could still apply for validation after the completion of a challenge, Damilola Adeparusi, popularly known as Chef Dammy, says she is ready to formally apply to the world body for a 150-hour cooking marathon.

She however stated that despite the goodwill she recieved from fans, all the money she got during her 120-hour cooking marathon did not cover the expenses she incurred during the 120-hour cookathon.

She also disclosed that more than half of the donated fund was still sitting in her bank account.

Speaking in a video tweeted by one Danky @Capt_Danky on Friday, the 22-year-old revealed her plan to hold a 150-hour cookathon, which would dwarf her uncertified 120-hour effort and be duly registered with GWR.

She said the attempt would come up “next month,” without stating a definite date.

The 300-Level Mass Communication student at FUOYE said she and her team have decided to embark on a new challenge next month.

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“After the support I had received from fans, well-wishers and people of Ilupeju [Ekiti], I, Adeparusi Damilola popularly known as Chef Dammy and my team have decided to hold another cookathon next month.

“This time, it will be held for 150 hours, and it will be duly registered with Guinness World Records.”

“Chef Dammy is coming back,” she said.

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