Nigerian holds GWR for Longest Interviewing Marathon title


The Guinness World Record has declared Nigeria’s Clara Chizoba Krongborg as the world record holder for the longest interviewing marathon, clocking an impressive time of 55 hours and 24 seconds. (55:00:24)

The GWR said in a statement that the interview started on March 8, 2024 and was completed on March 10, 2024.

The Anambra State-born Krongborg, who is a media entrepreneur, also doubles as a vocal advocate for diversity and inclusion, deploying the transformative power of storytelling across various media platforms.

In her statement regarding the feat, Krongborg emphasised that it is more than a personal triumph, rather it is a testament to her unwavering dedication to storytelling and nurturing meaningful connections through interviews.

“This achievement is a dedicated to all those who dare to dream and persist, regardless of the challenges they face. It’s a reminder that passion and perseverance lead to purpose, and that dreams are indeed valid.”

Clara’s GWR attempt for the Longest Interviewing Marathon shows her unwavering commitment to inspiring, connecting, and breaking barriers.

As the CEO of CCK Ventures & Enterprise SL, a production company based in Spain, and the host of Women’s World Show, Clara has long been a vocal advocate for diversity and inclusion, harnessing the transformative power of storytelling across various media platforms.

Beyond personal aspirations, Clara aims to leverage this historic achievement to elevate her career in media, serve as a beacon of representation for her community, unlock new opportunities for her production company, foster collaboration among creators, and strengthen ties between African diaspora communities and Europe.

Her team is currently planning on her home coming to Nigeria to celebrate this achievement and lunch her Online TV network which will be a dot-connector to African/Nigerians in diaspora, creating opportunities and fostering unity among Africa and Europe.