“We hope he doesn’t get disqualified”- Ghanaians react after Chef Smith cooked for 35 days

On Wednesday, March 6, Chef Smith from Ghana accomplished an impressive 820 hours of cooking, falling short of his initial goal of reaching 1200 hours.

The chef embarked on this culinary journey on February 1 with the aim of surpassing the current record of 119 hours set by Alan Fisher in 2023.

Videos shared on his social media page captured the moment when Chef Smith was celebrated by supporters at the Amadia Shopping Center as he completed his cooking marathon.

He expressed his gratitude to the public for their unwavering support throughout his month-long cook-a-thon.

Despite the joyous occasion, there are some concerns among Ghanaians regarding Chef Smith potentially facing disqualification.

This unease stems from previous instances where individuals like Afua Asantewaa Aduonum and Chef Faila were disqualified by Guinness World Record.

Many are hoping and praying that Chef Smith does not face a similar fate. As the anticipation builds, supporters are eager to hear the final verdict on Chef Smith’s record-breaking attempt.

 

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