Nigerian man sets Guinness World Record by climbing 150 steps on a radio mast while balancing football on his head (Video)

Tonye Solomon, a Nigerian man, has achieved a remarkable Guinness World Record by demonstrating his exceptional skills in ladder football.

He recently earned the title for climbing 150 steps while skillfully balancing a football on his head atop a towering 250-foot (76-meter) radio mast.

Nigerian man, Tonye Solomon sets Guinness World Record
Nigerian man, Tonye Solomon sets Guinness World Record

He dedicated two months to rigorous training, utilizing all his available free time to practice until he felt confident in his abilities.

During the record-setting attempt, Tonye exhibited remarkable composure during the steep ascent, completing the climb in a mere 12 and a half minutes.

Fish Jombo, a radio presenter who witnessed the event along with a large crowd, expressed astonishment, stating, “I was astonished because it’s never been done by anyone before.”

Upon reaching the pinnacle of the 150-step climb, Tonye jubilantly threw the football down and celebrated with a triumphant fist pump.

See some reactions below:

@i_am_iheanacho: “There’s no impossibility in my country, Nigeria. Congratulations to Tonye.”

@Emperorpapillo: “This is impressive! Congrats champ with the Naija sauce and never say die spirit.”

@danjuma1232: “Nigerians can break many records. you just need to have your headquarters here.”

@Shawnifee: “Big congratulations to him! Nigerians breaking records and doing the biggest things! There’s so much talent in Nigeria.”

@Iam_DJSANTI: “Instead of God to rest on the seventh day, he went ahead to create Nigeria.”


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