Nigerian man, Joshua Usoro, popularly known as Jason, has broken Guinness World Records in the longest dance marathon relay.
He danced for 53 hours, 28 minutes and 47 seconds in Lagos on Saturday, April 6, 2019, to hold the record.
According to him, he had always dreamed of such achievement as a kid, adding that the story behind it has made him a better person in so many ways.
Jason explained how he had his first attempt in 2017 and due to some errors, he took the decision to stop.
He said: "To all the dreamers out there, you may fail, be mocked, looked down upon, it may be so hard but regardless of how you feel, keep pushing. Dreams do come TRUE!!!"
He expressed gratitude to all the people who helped him achieve success. "To the voiceless and everyone who has a dream, this is for you," he added.
Apart from dancing, Jason is a singer and an entrepreneur.
See his certificate of achievement below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Moyinoluwa Adeyemi, a Nigerian software developer, has achieved a milestone by building a special android watch that tells time in the Yoruba language.
He got a degree in computer science from Obafemi Awolowo University and now a software engineer at Swifta Systems.
The idea to create the watch came on a Friday evening when she looked at the clock and thought about the possibility of it telling time in Yoruba.
Before she came up with the idea, Moyinoluwa had to do extensive research before birthing one of the Yoruba Watch Faces models.
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It should be noted that the Yoruba Watch Faces is a collection of watches that are built in a popular local Nigerian dialect. The illustrations for the watches were created by @TheVunderkind where they portray a man and a woman in traditional Yoruba attire.
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