Chef Hilda Effiong Bassey, popularly known as Hilda Baci, in a statement on Tuesday, said her team was working on uploading the evidence for review.
This was made known on her cook-a-thon Twitter page.
The statement said, “Thank you all for all the love and support you have shown throughout this journey towards achieving a world record. It has been amazing.
“We would like you to know we haven’t received the award yet, and we’re currently working on uploading our evidence, Thank You.”
The Lagos-based chef began her cook-a-thon on Thursday after she turned on her cooker at 4 pm and hit a 100-hour record time on Monday evening.
If certified after the 100th hour, she will be displacing the current world record holder, Lata Tondon, an Indian chef who achieved the feat in 2019 with 87 hours 45 minutes record uninterrupted cooking.
Credit: Twitter | hildabacicooks