Nigerian Chef, Hilda Baci Denies Charging People N25,000 To Meet Her In Abuja

Nigerian chef, Hilda Baci has denied reports that she is charging a fee of N25,000 for individuals to meet her in Abuja.

Nigerian Chef, Hilda Baci Denies Charging People N25,000 To Meet Her In Abuja

KanyiDaily recalls that an e-flier had surfaced on social media, insinuating that Hilda Baci is demanding N25,000 for personal meet-ups, live cooking, and food tasting in Abuja on June 24, 2023.

The reported fee ignited outrage on social media platforms with many Nigerians expressing their disappointment and concern over what they perceive as an exorbitant charge to meet a chef.

Reacting on her Twitter page, Hilda dismissed the report saying, “Hi everyone, This is to inform everyone that I’m not doing any meet and greet in Abuja. I would also never ask anyone to pay for such. Thanks.”

On May 15, 2023, Hilda Baci achieved a remarkable feat by surpassing the previous Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time held by Chef Lata Tondon from Rewa, India in 2019.

The Akwa Ibom chef, not only broke Tondon’s record of 87 hours and 45 minutes but went on to cook for an astounding 100 hours and 40 minutes, making her the first individual in the world to spend such an extended duration of time cooking.

Although the Guinness World Record is yet to officially confirm Hilda Baci as the new record holder for the longest cooking marathon, the Nigerian chef has engaged in controversial acts that have triggered widespread criticism and debate within the country.

KanyiDaily recalls that Hilda Baci recently faced backlash after she revealed that she was on her menstrual period during her cook-a-thon for Guinness World Records.

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