Youtuber and one-time Guinness World Record (GWR) holder, Raymond Kahuma, has broken the record again, this time for the fastest chapati cooking time.
Kahuma, a dual citizen of Kenya and Uganda, earned his first GWR in 2022 when he made the largest rolex – a vegetable-loaded omelette rolled up in a chapati in Uganda.
New record: Largest Ugandan Rolex – 204.6 kg (451 lb)
A popular street food in Uganda, this giant Rolex contains fried egg and veggies inside a chapati 😋 pic.twitter.com/5Yvjm6vQ26
— Guinness World Records (@GWR) January 24, 2022
This time, as he began his attempt, he dedicated it to Kenya. His feat was documented on his YouTube channel at the Waterfront in Karen where he beat the clock of 3.14 seconds set 11 years ago by a Pakistani cook.
I Broke The Fastest Chapati Cooking World Record From Kenya🇰🇪
Watch full video on my YouTubehttps://t.co/xPGQJh0d6y
— Raymond Kahuma (@KahumaRaymond) January 19, 2024
Kahuma took to Instagram to celebrate his achievement, where he urged his followers to tag Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. He said he would like to take the opportunity to present him with his GWR as a way to celebrate Nairobi.
Kahuma is now a two-time GWR.
GWR does not offer monetary rewards for any records broken.