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Meet Anass, the student who has spent 10 straight days at Modern City Hotel, supporting Chef Faila

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Social media was set ablaze when one young man was seen carrying a school bag presumed to contain his personal belongings, along with a pillow and a prayer mat, to the Modern City Hotel where Abdul-Razak Failatu, popularly known as Chef Faila, is attempting to break the longest cooking record.

This young man, named Anass Hamdan, staying true to his word of dedicating his entire energy to supporting Chef Faila, has stayed the entire 10 days the cook-a-thon has lasted.

When he spoke to A1 Radio’s Mark Smith at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale, Anass Hamdan explained that Chef Faila’s attempt deserves even more support than he has to offer.

Unofficially known as the tasting officer, Anass Hamdan said that all the meals have been of the highest quality and taste.

Hamdan, however, called on members of the public who suggested that he was an unproductive individual with nothing better to do with his time, thus spending more than a week at the venue. He explained that, having recently gained admission to the University for Development Studies, he has a bit of free time before he is expected to report to school.

Hamdan, an indigene of the Northern Region, called on all Ghanaians alike not to be driven by the negative stereotypes associated with Northern Ghana and to make deliberate attempts to visit northern Ghana and experience it for themselves.

Meanwhile, the Modern City Hotel in Tamale may yet receive the biggest patronage today as Abdul-Razak Failatu, popularly known as Chef Faila, brings her cooking marathon to an end.

Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon. During the course of her attempt, she has been cheered on and widely celebrated across the country, receiving massive donations and well-wishes from Ghanaians, including a donation of Ghc30,000 from the Vice-president, Mahamudu Bawumia.

Chef Fails prepared traditional Ghanaian meals, blending them favorably with some continental dishes. Before the commencement of her attempt, she stated in a media engagement that the task was a national assignment on behalf of Ghana and its citizens, stressing that, “If I fail, believe me, I have put our president, Ghanaians, people who have supported (and) groomed me, my family, and friends to shame.”

Abdul-Razak’s attempt to break the world record for a cookathon of 119 hours and 57 minutes held by the Irish chef Alan Fisher is widely celebrated in Ghana.

As she brings her attempt to an official close at 10 a.m. later today, it is expected that the Modern City Hotel will be flooded with guests who would like to catch one final glimpse of the celebrated chef.

More soon.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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