Meet Nigerian Teacher With 4 Guinness World Records
The Guinness World Records is a world recognized award for achievers and Adenle Adetunwase, a Nigerian teacher has achieved four of these awards.
Adenle, who is also an artist and marketing consultant has reportedly won the world records four times, the only Nigerian to have achieved the feat.
According to the BBC, Adenle, who attended Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka where he studied Fine and Applied Art holds the record for the biggest painting that has been painted by the largest number of people.
Adenle’s Guinness World Records
Adenle’s first Guinness World Record is said to be as big as a football pitch. It is a painting that has the highest number of recreations in the world.
This record was reportedly made with the aim of teaching less privileged kids how to paint, draw and celebrate Nigeria at 50.
His second record has to do with the highest number of children who read together at the same time aimed at encouraging other children to read books.
Hungry to win more, Adenle made his third world record with the highest number of children to wash their hands together at the same time to promote personal hygiene.
Lastly, the school teacher won his fourth Guinness World Records by creating the biggest post office stamp which was used to celebrate Lagos State at 50.
Currently, the four-time Guinness World record holder is reportedly making effort to set the 5th record to touch more lives and make Nigeria proud.