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Seidu Rafiwu receives hero’s welcome in Techiman after his 4-day Guinness World Records walk-a-thon attempt

Web-based entertainment has been humming with a video catching the victorious return of Ghana's Guinness World Record (GWR) representative in walking marathon Seidu Rafiwu to Techiman.


Rafiwu, having effectively finished an exhausting four-day Guinness World Records Walk-a-thon, was met with a rich greeting from his fans. The video shows fans cheering his name, radiating adoration and deference as Rafiwu relaxes in the delight and bliss of his accomplishment. His face decorated with powder and encompassed by steady staff, Rafiwu waves to the group from his vehicle during a visit, offering thanks to his steadfast allies.


Seidu Rafiwu is an occupant from Techiman in the Bono East Locale of Ghana who left on a four-day venture trying to outperform the ongoing Guinness World Record for the longest strolling long distance race. Seidu Rafiwu, who started his aggressive four-day stroll from Techiman to Accra, covered a distance of 383 kilometers in a bid to outperform the 48-year-old record held by America's Jesse Casteneda.


He finished the strolling long distance race at Ghana's Independence Square on Tuesday, only hours before early afternoon.



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