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The rolex of Uganda has set a new Guinness World Record.

A locally built Ugandan rolex weighing up to 204.6kg (451 lb) has broken the Guinness World Record for the world's largest Ugandan rolex.

A locally built Ugandan rolex weighing up to 204.6kg (451 lb) has broken the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest Ugandan rolex.

The record-breaking movie was created by a team of over ten people, according to a video broadcast online by Guinness World Records, a global authority on record-breaking feats since 1955.

According to the video, the massive street food required massive cooking equipment to come out perfectly.

Unlike in other countries, where a rolex could refer to a watch, in Uganda, a rolex refers to a snack.

A chapatti folded with a fried egg and sometimes veggies is a popular street snack.

In Kampala and its suburbs, the delicacy costs around Shs 1,500 at roadside food vending stations. It might, however, sell for Shs 6, 000 in some of the city’s and country’s fast food joints.

CNN said in 2016 that the rolex was the fastest growing new African fast food.

The rolex has also been placed to the Uganda Tourism Board’s (UTB) list of tourism items.

It has since been pushed as Uganda’s national meal identifier.

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