Chef Hilda Baci was born Hilda Effiong Bassey.
Chef Hilda Baci as she is affectionately called, is a multi-talented Nigerian Chef, Television personality, and entrepreneur.
She is known for her grass-to-grace story as she built her career from scratch with her efforts.
Chef Hilda Baci is a product of Madonna University Okija where she studied Sociology.
Chef Hilda Baci Age: How Old Is Chef Hilda Baci?
Chef Hilda Baci was born on September 20, 1996, in Akwa Ibom State.
Chef Hilda Baci Parents
Baci was born to Mr. and Mrs. Effiong Bassey of Akwa Ibom. There is no information on her parents apart from their names and the fact that they are the parents of a celebrity chef.
Chef Hilda Baci Siblings
Even though Baci is popular, she has been able to keep information on her siblings private.
Chef Hilda Baci Husband
Baci is not married. However, she is said to be in a serious relationship which she is hoping to lead to marriage. Baci has been sharing videos of herself and her lover but has kept his identity under wraps.
Chef Hilda Baci Children
There is no information on whether Baci has children.
Chef Hilda Baci Net Worth
Baci is said to be worth an estimated $250,000. She makes money from her career as a Chef and Television personality. Also, she earns from her channel on YouTube.
Baci has broken the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking time by an individual.
Baci is no stranger to breaking records as she won the maiden edition of the ‘Jollof Faceoff’ competition held back in August 2021.
An Indian chef, Lata Tondon currently is the immediate former holder of the world’s longest cooking marathon and she completed the task in 87 hours, 45 minutes, and 00 secs in Rewa, India in 2019.
Baci started her 4-day cooking marathon challenge on the 11th of May at the Amore Gardens, and she attained the stride on Monday, May 15, 2023.
On why she embarked on the task, Baci said it is one of her biggest aspirations, adding that it is also an opportunity to tell some positive stories from Africa through the meals that we eat.
“The journey to the cook-a-thon started five years ago. It is one of my biggest aspirations and I am glad that I took the bold step to embark on this adventure. I have taken time to prepare for this psychologically and I am proud to finally take on this challenge.”
“The cook-a-thon is also an opportunity to tell some of the positive stories that come from Africa through the meals that we make.”
“This attempt is also proof of the strength young people can exhibit with the right platform and support. I look forward to receiving support from people across the world to achieve this feat,” she said.
Many Nigerians especially people of high status quo have rally their support behind her. The likes of the President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu, governor of Lagos State, Babjide Sanwo-Olu, Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and so many others.