In a remarkable achievement, Collins Whitworth, a 400-level civil engineering student at Bayero University Kano, has successfully broken the Guinness World Record for the most faces painted by an individual in 24 hours. Whitworth’s extraordinary talent and dedication were on full display as he painted an impressive 791 faces, surpassing the previous record of 700.
The record-breaking event unfolded at the new site of Bayero University Campus in Kano, where students and residents rallied in support of Whitworth throughout the 24-hour marathon. Setting an ambitious target of 720 faces, he exceeded the Guinness World Record requirement of 705, awaiting official confirmation of his accomplishment.
Whitworth, a passionate face painter, views his art as more than just colors on a canvas. He believes it serves as a powerful medium to convey messages of love, unity, and peace. Through his work, he aims to highlight the beauty of painting while promoting these essential values to a global audience.
Expressing gratitude for the overwhelming support from the student community and well-wishers, Whitworth emphasized the symbolic use of colors representing different countries. Each stroke of paint, beyond its artistic significance, advocates for global peace and unity, fostering understanding and harmony.
Source: The Leadership
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