YouTuber Raymond Kahuma Breaks Guinness World Record For Fastest Chapati Cooking Time

In an exhilarating display of culinary prowess, Raymond Kahuma, a dual citizen of Uganda and Kenya, has achieved the Guinness World Record for the fastest chapati cooking.

 This triumph comes on the heels of Kahuma’s previous record for preparing the largest Ugandan rolex.

The former record, unbroken for 11 years at 3 minutes and 14 seconds, crumbled beneath Kahuma’s hands as he set a new time of 3 minutes and 10 seconds. 

This achievement, documented for his YouTube followers, marked the culmination of a relentless 10-day practice regimen that captivated viewers around the world.

The grand finale unfolded at the Karen Waterfront Mall on January 14th, where a cheering crowd witnessed Kahuma flawlessly prepare three chapatis, surpassing the clock.

The moment was not only a personal victory but also a collective win for Kenya, as Kahuma took the opportunity to express gratitude to his supporters.

Highlighting the significance of the achievement for Kenya, the YouTuber emphasized that this win stands in stark contrast to his first record of preparing the largest Ugandan rolex, which went largely unnoticed in Uganda. 

The buzz surrounding the fastest chapati cooking Guinness World Record has reverberated through social media, propelling Kahuma further into the spotlight as a culinary sensation.

Kahuma also took to Instagram, reaching out to his fans and requesting their assistance in getting the attention of Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. He expressed that it would be an honor to present the prestigious award to the esteemed governor.