The Phaneroo Ministries International team, led by Apostle Grace Lubega, is gearing up to break the standing Guinness World Record for the longest round of applause. Currently held by Stevens Clark, who achieved it on July 20, 2019, at the Festival of Awesomeness in the UK, with a duration of two hours and five minutes, the team aims to beat this record with their “Clap for Jesus Challenge.”
During a press conference at the Phaneroo International Ministries in Ntinda, Kampala, pastors Joe Rwabosa and Ronnie Mutebi unveiled the ambitious challenge, expecting it to last three hours to surpass the existing record.
Phaneroo International Ministries in Ntinda, Kampala is gearing up to take on the Guinness World Record for Endurance Applause Challenge. The challenge was unveiled during a press conference attended by pastors Joe Rwabosa and Ronnie Mutebi, who are confident that the event will last for three hours, surpassing the existing record. This ambitious feat has captured the imagination of many, who are excited to witness such a daring attempt.
As the countdown to the big day continues, preparations are in high gear to ensure that everything runs smoothly. A record-setting event of this nature requires a high level of organization and coordination, and the team at Phaneroo is leaving nothing to chance. Their meticulous planning and attention to detail are sure to pay off when they eventually set a new Guinness World Record. With just days to go, the excitement is palpable, and the stage is set for Phaneroo International Ministries to make history.
The team diligently adhered to the strict guidelines set by the Guinness World Records organization, including specific sound levels, synchronized clapping, precise timers, and required witnesses.
Scheduled for Sunday, July 30, 2023, at 2:00 pm, the historic event will take place at the Uganda Manufacturers Association showgrounds in Lugogo, Kampala. Mutebi, one of the senior pastors, expressed their excitement about making history for God and thanked Him for the blessings they’ve received over the past nine years as they approach their ministry’s ninth anniversary on August 5, 2023.
If successful, Apostle Grace Lubega and his ministry will join other Ugandans like Raymond Kahuma, who holds the world record for the largest Ugandan Rolex (chapati), weighing 204.6 kg (451 lb) on November 4, 2021, in Kasokoso, Wakiso district. Uganda has also earned other remarkable world records, including the youngest reigning Monarch, King Rukirabasaija Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV of Tooro Kingdom, crowned at the age of three, and the shortest hostage rescue mission carried out by Israeli Forces at Entebbe International Airport on July 4, 1976. Additionally, Ugandan athlete Joshua Cheptegei holds the record for the fastest run of 10,000 meters (male) with a time of 26 minutes and 11.00 seconds on October 7, 2020, in Valencia, Spain.