- Tonye Solomon, the Nigerian man who broke Guinness World record last year by trekking 60km with a ball balanced on his head, has set a new record
- The 29-year-old man climbed a 130ft mast with a ball balanced on his head
Tonye Solomon, a Nigerian man from Bayelsa state, has left the people of his state and the entire country in awe after he climbed a 130ft mast with a ball balanced on his head.
Solomon, also known as De Boy, enjoys football joggling and has been in the world’s view after he trekked for about 60 kilometers with a ball on his head. Before achieving that feat, he walked a distance of 38 kilometers with the ball on his head when it started to rain.
The young man did not give up as he gave it a trial another day and won. He had his name set to the category ‘the greatest distance walked with the football balanced on the head.’
Like most people born to be great, NAIJ.com gathered that Solomon did not settle with the prize as he aimed for a more glorious category.
He climbed a mast with a ball balanced on his head again. People gathered to watch this young man do this extraordinary thing. This is a first of its kind in Nigeria; the country will be given a facial lift with the new record set by this Bayelsa state guy.
See more pictures of him below:
1. A remarkable feat
2. The young man loves to freestyle with the ball
3. He wowed people with his stunt
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