Ghanaian woman to embark on GWR PAINT-A-THON

Ghanaian woman to embark on GWR paint-a-thon

Renowned Ghanaian artist, Mubarikatu Issaka, is set to make history as he prepares to break the Guinness World Record for the longest paint-a-thon.

This ambitious project will take place in Akwatia, in the Eastern Region of Ghana, with the goal of inspiring and educating through the power of art.

Scheduled for Monday, April 29, 2024, Issaka’s paint-a-thon aims to exceed the current record held by Nigerian artist Chancellor Ahaghotu, who painted for 100 hours.

Issaka’s target is an impressive 168 hours of continuous painting, a challenge that will test his dedication and skill.

This initiative follows in the footsteps of Sharon Dede Padiki, another talented Ghanaian artist who recently made headlines for her seven-day painting marathon.

Issaka’s attempt at the Guinness World Record promises to be a remarkable display of creativity and endurance, showcasing the rich talent and passion of Ghanaian artists on a global platform.