Sunday, 23 June

Cook-A-Thon: Faila uses cookware donated by Lordina Mahama

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chef Abdul-Razak Failatu

Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak is using a cookware in her attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the longest solo cooking session generously donated by former First Lady Lordina Mahama.

The donation aims to support Chef Faila in achieving her dream and bringing pride to Ghana.

Tamale North MP Alhassan Suhuyini visited Failatu at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale, contributing GH¢10,000 to assist her.

In a Facebook post, Suhuyini praised Failatu's presentation skills and energy, commending her for distinguishing herself and bringing glory to the country.

"Her tenacity, the pomp, her energy, the food packaging, the camera works, the buzz in the city. Faila is a star and Ghana is a galaxy. Let us think local and act Global always," he posted.

The cooking marathon commenced on the eve of New Year 2024 and is currently underway at the Modern City Hotel.

Chef Failatu's goal is to cook continuously for an astonishing 120 hours, aiming to surpass the existing Guinness cook-a-thon record held by Irish chef Alan Fisher, who achieved an impressive 119 hours and 57 minutes.