Kenyan Teacher, Rose Tata Wekesa Has Set The New World Record For The Longest Science Lesson, after teaching For 62 Hours 33 Minutes Nonstop.

Rose Tata who is a teacher at St Austin’s Academy Lavington, endured long hours in the teaching laboratory eventually setting the record; much to the jubilation of her students.

In a live YouTube session, Wekesa's students celebrated their feat as the marathon that began on Tuesday, February 13 ended on Friday morining.

Originally scheduled to teach for 50 hours, Rose Tata Wekesa extended the lesson for 12 hours and 33 minutes, totalling 62 hours, 33 minutes and 34 seconds of continuous teaching.

Her teaching marathon at the Multimedia University of Kenya saw her write her name in the history books, as no one in the world held the record previously.

In a previous interview, she shared her motivation for the feat noting that she wanted to encourage students to love Sciences.

“I decided to do this because as a teacher I do not like how science classes are packed and many students end up not fulfilling their potential. I want to show the doable and interesting side of science. I want to motivate young ones in school who want to become teachers by showing a teacher can achieve greater things beyond the classroom."

Congratulations teacher Rose Tata Wekesa.