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Guinness World Records Reacts to Ghanaian Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak’s Epic Cook-A-Thon

Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak from Ghana recently completed a staggering 227-hour cooking marathon, setting a new Guinness World Record. The feat, which took place at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale, showcased Failatu’s exceptional skills and celebrated the rich culture of the Northern Region.

As the stopwatch marked the 227th hour on January 10, 2024, supporters at the venue erupted in celebration. Notably, the Guinness World Records acknowledged Failatu’s achievement, expressing their excitement about reviewing the evidence. The previous official record stood at 119 hours, set by Alan Fisher.

Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak initiated the ambitious attempt on New Year’s Day, aiming to surpass the existing record. Overcoming challenges and demonstrating unwavering determination, she completed an astonishing 227 hours, 00 minutes, and 02 seconds. The culinary world now awaits official validation of this remarkable accomplishment.

Days before Failatu’s attempt, Ugandan chef Dorcus Mirembe, also known as Mama D, cooked for 144 hours, awaiting validation from Guinness World Records. The culinary community continues to push boundaries, setting new standards for endurance and skill.

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