I Was Willing To Die For The People Who Believed In Me – Chef Faila Says As She Sheds Tears In Latest Interview

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Ghanaian chef, Failatu Abdul Razak, shed tears in a latest interview.

She couldn’t hold back her tears when speaking on TV3’s New Day program.

This was when she was talking about the support she got from people.

Faila said she was willing to die for the people who believed in her.

The woman who attempted to break the Guinness World Records’ longest cooking marathon by an individual in Tamale revealed she felt ill along the line.

During her cook-a-thon, Chef Faila disclosed she had numbness and malaria.

Despite this, she stated that she committed to making history, changing the story of her family and the North, where she hails from.

Faila added that she would have been proud of herself if died in the kitchen while cooking.

Failatu Abdul Razak cooked for 227 hours and some minutes, it’s awaiting an official response from the Guinness World Records.

Watch the sad video below.

Chef Faila shedding tears during an interview


Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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