In an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the longest drive marathon, Meshach Gyasi Appiah, a Ghanaian native of Akyem Oda and former student of Oda Senior High School (ODASCO) in the Eastern region, is gearing up.
The 11,000-kilometer trek will run nonstop and navigate more than 300 Ghanaian cities, towns, and villages.
According to an email acquired by MyGhanaMedia.com, Meshach Gyasi Appiah has been officially authorized by the Guinness World Record management to commence his Drive-A-Thon attempt.
The first individual to set out on this voyage is Meshach Gyasi Appiah, whose primary goal is to advertise businesses, brands, and Ghanaian-made goods along the way.
Companies such as automobile companies, fuel companies, and water and beverage companies are pleased to sponsor this project to make it a reality.
The official start date of the marathon will be announced soon, according to Meshach.
Listen to Meshach Appiah’s interview with Akyem Aboabo-based Ahenkan FM below
Here are some clarifications of some of the game’s regulations as Meshach Gyasi Appiah edges closer to breaking the record for the longest-driving marathon by an individual.
(1) Applications for this record title are granted to applicants who are 16 years of age or older.
(2) The driving should be a continuous journey; that’s non-stop driving.
(3) The trier will be tracked by a GPS company.
(4) The trier must not repeat routes.
(5) He shouldn’t break traffic rules.
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