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On Saturday, former First Lady, Lordina Mahama visited cook-a-thon contestant the young chef Failatu Abdul-Razak is on the sixth day of the Guinness World Record Attempt for the longest time spent cooking.

The former First Lady, who was in transit through Tamale after a series of New Year activities in Bole, in the Savannah Region, encouraged Chef Faila to persevere in her quest to set a new world record.

Mrs Mahama had earlier, before the start of her contest, sent a message and three sets of her Jordin Kitchenware, together with a set each of knives and ladles, to Faila.

Lordina Mahama, a professional caterer with a degree in hospitality management, was raised in Tamale and attended Bolgatanga Girls Secondary School and later Ghana Secondary School in Tamale.

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The former First Lady also posted a message to congratulate Faila on her Facebook page.

Read the full message below >>>

“Congratulations Jah Bless Faila

Your dedication and passion for cooking have truly shone through in this competition.

I am proud of you for showcasing your talent. It takes courage and skill to put yourself out there and compete in such a challenging event, and I commend you for taking on this opportunity with confidence and grace.

I wish you the best of luck in the remaining hours, and congratulations on your decoration as an executive chef even before the end of the Attempt.

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