In international competition, an 11-year-old Pakistani boy has set a new Guinness World record. Karachi’s Aima’az Ali Abro set the record last month by identifying the majority of countries in a minute from their outline.
“The majority of countries known from their outline in one minute are 57 and achieved on 8 October 2019 by Aima’az Ali Abro (Pakistan) in Karachi, Pakistan,” Guinness World Records reported.
Ali, who amazed the people with his extraordinary abilities, is a resident of the North Nazimabad district of Karachi.
The boy is determined to win the Nobel prize, too, after setting the Guinness World Record.