World’s shortest man New Guinness world records

Afshin Esmaeil Ghaderzadeh, who stands 65.24 centimeters tall and weighs only 6 kilograms, set the record for being the world’s shortest man. Afshin received the certificate from GWR representatives at a gathering that took place at the Radisson Blu hotel in Media City. “I feel incredibly fortunate and happy to hold this prestigious title. It is enchanted. When you awaken the following morning, everyone knows who you are. Afshin had a challenging upbringing in the isolated village of Bukan County in the Iranian province of West Azerbaijan. Afshin’s parents first became aware of his condition when he was just two years old. When he was born, he weighed only 700 kilograms, and his slow growth concerned us. The parents were discouraged when they learned about the condition, Khatoon, who had to abort two fetuses because of complications, said that they were grateful that the All-Powerful had blessed them with a son. “The doctors informed us that this condition is genetic. We must regularly take Afshin in for checkups and keep an eye on his daily schedule, the mother insisted. In their hometown, Khatoon works at fruit farms while her husband Esmaeil works in construction. “In order to care for our child, we must schedule our work properly. I’m with him when my wife is at work. When I’m not around, she sometimes has to carry him on her back, said Esmaeil. The shortest man struggled with education because he had to be watched every minute and was unable to attend school. Afshin has taken special classes from us and his relatives and speaks Kurdish and Persian, according to Khatoon.

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