In a culinary feat that promises to captivate the taste buds and showcase the resilience of Ghanaian gastronomy, renowned chef Failatu Abdul-Razak has embarked on a daring mission to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon.

The event kicked off with great enthusiasm at the stroke of midnight at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale, where Faila is set to wield her culinary prowess until at least January 5th.

With an official record currently held by Alan Fisher, Failatu fes stiff competition, as reports suggest that Ugandan chef Mama D has unofficially surpassed the existing

Undeterred by the challenge, Failatu is determined to not only secure the official record but also surpass any unofficial claims made by her competitors.

The transparent glass kitchen, strategically positioned at the forecourt of the Modern City Hotel, provides spectators with a front-row seat to witness the culinary marathon.

The kitchen is a sight to behold, filled with an astonishing range of equipment, canned foods, and spices.

The culinary exhibition gains an educational touch from a label that provides information about the record attempt.

Before the marathon, in interviews, Failatu Abdul-Razak conveyed her appreciation for Ghanaians' support.

In an impassioned plea, she urged her fellow people to support her as she works to make culinary history.

In addition to being a personal goal, Faila's quest to break the Guinness World Record is a celebration of Ghana's rich culinary history.

“I believe in the power of our collective support. Ghanaians have always been known for their unity, and I am confident that with your encouragement, we can make history together,” remarked Failatu in a recent interview.

The cooking marathon seems to be a thrilling trip with lots of mouthwatering food, savoury spices, and maybe some surprises along the route.

The entire country is watching with bated breath, hoping that Failatu Abdul-Razak can overcome the obstacles in the kitchen and set a new record.

The Modern City Hotel extends an invitation to all foodies to participate in this gastronomic extravaganza and help Failatu Abdul-Razak achieve her goal of becoming a world-class chef.

Ghanaians are asked to support Faila in her quest to break the coveted Guinness World Record, as Tamale is set to become the centre of a gastronomic revolution in the coming days.

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