“I did not copy Afua, i started my application long before Afua started her sing-a-thon”- Chef Faila

Chef Faila Abdul-Razak, a renowned chef, recently made headlines when she completed a 227-hour cooking marathon in an attempt to secure the Guinness World Record for the longest individual cooking session.

She has now spoken out to address certain misconceptions and clarify the timeline of events. In an interview with Cookie on TV3’s New Day, Chef Faila revealed that she actually came up with the idea for the cooking challenge as early as June 2023.

This contradicts speculations that she had copied another individual, Afua Asantewaa, who had recently gained attention for her sing-a-thon.

Chef Faila also shed light on the challenges she faced during the application process for the Guinness World Record.

She described it as a long and tedious process, which required her to invest a significant amount of time and effort. Despite moments of doubt, Chef Faila persevered and eventually received an email approving her record-breaking cooking marathon.

The cooking marathon itself garnered attention and admiration from many. Chef Faila’s resilience and passion for her craft were evident as she endured the demanding challenge.

Her aim was to officially break the Guinness World Record, and she succeeded in doing so. Chef Faila Abdul-Razak has now become a national hero, admired for her culinary skills and determination.

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