Ghana is set to make a mark in the culinary world as chef Faila Abdul Razak embarks on a daring journey to break the Guinness World Record for the longest solo cooking marathon.
Scheduled from January 1 to 5, 2024, Faila aims to surpass the current record of 119 hours, 57 minutes, and 16 seconds, held by Ireland’s Alan Fisher.
The ambitious Ghanaian chef, who draws inspiration from putting her nation on the global culinary map, has called upon her fellow Ghanaians for support.
Speaking to Adom News, Faila emphasized the importance of physical, traditional, and social media support as she gears up to surpass the remarkable feat achieved by a Nigerian lady in the Guinness World Records book.
Faila’s manager expressed confidence in her ability to cook for more than 120 hours, highlighting the determination and strength assessed by their health team.
The cooking marathon is slated to commence on Monday, promising not just a culinary spectacle but a potential record-breaking achievement for Ghana.
As the countdown to this culinary odyssey begins, the spotlight shines on Faila Abdul Razak, a trailblazer in Ghana’s culinary landscape, poised to etch her name in the Guinness World Records.
The nation eagerly anticipates witnessing this gastronomic feat that could elevate Ghana to new heights on the global stage.