Eniola Fagbemi, an Ibadan-based businesswoman known as Sisialagbo, is gearing up to make history by attempting a Guinness World Record – an uninterrupted 300-hour marathon of cooking traditional herbs (Agbo).
Fagbemi, who specializes in herbal products addressing various health concerns, took to Facebook on Monday, reveal her ambitious plan, revealing that the Guinness World Record team has granted approval for her ‘Agbo-A-Thon’ challenge.
Agbo, a widely consumed traditional herbal drink in Nigeria known for its health benefits, forms the core of Fagbemi’s herbal offerings.
In her post, the businesswoman noted that her Agbo has played a pivotal role in aiding many women in conceiving, even after enduring years of infertility.
She wrote, “While am doing my AGBO-A-THON. A good news came to my Inbox.
“10 years of Infertïlity gone. She got my Major fertïlity package this January and she welcomed her bouncing baby boy this morning.
“Mother and baby doing fine. God na you do this one. My hands are blessed.”
Fagbemi, however, didn’t disclose the start date or venue for her ‘Agbo-A-Thon’.