Tunde Onakoya

Nigerian Chess Master Tunde Onakoya Aims to Break Guinness World Record with 58-Hour Chess Marathon

Nigerian chess virtuoso and founder of Chess in Slums Africa, Tunde Onakoya, is poised to make history by attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest chess marathon, setting his sights on an ambitious 58-hour gameplay marathon in the iconic Times Square of New York City.

Onakoya’s endeavor is not merely about setting a record; it’s about championing a cause close to his heart – empowering underprivileged children. “Doing this for the dreams of millions of children across Africa without access to education,” he states passionately.

Currently stationed in New York City, Onakoya has been actively engaging in chess matches, showcasing his skills and strategic prowess in various events, chess clubs, and amidst the bustling ambiance of Times Square.

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