Tunde Onakoya: Quest to Break the Guinness World Records and Inspire Millions of People

    Tunde Onakoya. Photo: Tunde Onakoya via X

    Get ready for an incredible feat! Tunde Onakoya, Founder of Chess In Slums, Africa, is gearing up to break the Guinness World Records for the Longest Chess marathon right in the heart of Times Square, New York City. He aims to play for a staggering 58 hours without losing a single game, all on the 17th of April, 2024.

    In his words, this is not just about breaking records but it is about fulfilling the dreams of millions of children across Africa who lack access to education. Onakoya‘s determination is inspiring, and the world is eagerly waiting to support him on this remarkable journey.

    He said, “This is far by one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do, but one thing I know for sure is I will not be alone all through this.” The world needs to support him on his incredible journey.

    And if you are wondering about his skills, He is no stranger to triumphs. In a previous event, he played a simultaneous chess game against 10 players in Germany and emerged victorious in every match!

    So mark your calendars and get ready to witness history in the making as Tunde Onakoya takes on the chess world with his unshakable determination and passion for a greater cause. As the countdown begins, all eyes are on Tunde Onakoya, a true champion both on and off the board.


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