Aima’az Ali Abro from Karachi Sets A New Guinness World Record

 Aima’az Ali Abro from Karachi Sets A New Guinness World Record

Although Pakistan is going through the Struggling Stages in almost Every Field. But the talented People are Everywhere Winning Several International Competitions. We can find Plenty of Pakistani Students Making their Name Count at International Forums. Similarly, Aima’az Ali Abro from Karachi Sets A New Guinness World Record.

Aima’az Identified Most Number of Countries from their outline in on Minute and that Figure is 57, As per the Guinness World Record Website.

Aima’az Ali Abro from Karachi Sets A New Guinness World Record

A resident of North Nazimabad, Karachi, Aima’az Shocks the World with his Talented Memorization Power. The Boy Identified Most Number of Countries from the Outline in one Minute. The Guinness World record’s website mentioned this talented young man’s achievement, that read,

“The most countries identified from their outline in one minute is 57 and was achieved by Aima’az Ali Abro (Pakistan) in Karachi, Pakistan, on October 8, 2019,”

Aima’az! Pakistan is so Proud of You. May your Talent be able to Remove the Notion of ‘Poor Country’ through your Representation at International Forums. According to the News, Aima’az doesn’t want to stop here. He’s Got Bigger Plans. Now, He’s Aiming Towards the Noble Prize.

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