Nigerian climbs Mast with ball on head to set Guinness World Record: Tonye Solomon, a Nigerian, has set a record for the most steps climbed on a ladder while holding a football on his head, according to Guinness World Records. EnoughInfo.com
According to the report, the Nigerian accomplished the feat by skillfully controlling the football on his head while ascending 150 stairs to the summit of a 250-foot (76-meter) radio mast.
Nigerian climbs Mast with ball on head to set Guinness World Record
Solomon broke the record in August in the state of Bayelsa, and GWR announced this on its website on Wednesday. How To Get Egg Stains Off Car( All You Need Know)
Despite scepticism from his fellow Nigerians, the Records claimed that Solomon had previously travelled 60 km (37 miles) while carrying a football on his head from Amassoma to Yenagoa in Bayelsa State.
It went on to say that he set his most recent record in order to disprove the critics, as he skillfully demonstrated.
“After Tonye Solomon walked 60 km (37 mi) with a football on his head from Amassoma to Yenagoa in Bayelsa State, Nigeria, many of his compatriots doubted the authenticity of his story,” GWR said.
“So, to prove them wrong, Tonye decided to demonstrate his skills by setting a Guinness World Records title for the most steps climbed on a ladder while balancing a football on the head.
“He successfully achieved the dizzying feat last month by climbing 150 steps to the top of a 250-foot (76-metre) tall radio mast while expertly keeping control of the ball atop his head,” the Records stated.
According to GWR, Solomon said he wanted to set this record to challenge himself and “inspire others to do great things.”
The GWR said that Solomon is part of Chukwuebuka Freestyle Academy, operated by Ezugha, which has produced record-breaking performers like Kid Eche, Vincent Okezie, Victor Richard Kipo, and Confidence Kipo.