Another Ghanaian has begun an attempt to break another Guinness World Record, following the official conclusion of media personality Afua Asantewaa Aduonum’s sing-a-thon attempt a few days ago.
While countless numbers of people entered 2024 at places of worship and churches, others did it in amusement centers or with their loved ones.
Chef Failatu Abdul Razak is attempting to surpass the existing Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon from up north.
Her goal is to complete a 120-hour cook-off, which will take place in Tamale’s Modern City Hotel.
The first footage, which were shown by GTV, the state broadcaster, featured Failatu and her helpers in their glass-shielded kitchen, which was decorated with portraits of Chef Faila.
Cook-a-thon gained popularity in 2023 after cook Hilda Baci of Nigeria shattered the previous world record. Months later, she was overthrown by an Irish chef.
For 119 hours, 57 minutes, and 16 seconds, Alan Fisher cooked.
Watch video of Chef Falila’s attempt in the early hours:
Chef Failatu starts cook-a-thon to break