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Chef Faila’s Jollof is ‘Way Maker’ Jollof, it can transform your life- Nigerian blogger who travelled from Nigeria to Ghana to witness cookathon confesses

Before Failatu Abdul-Razak’s incredible cookathon came to an end, a Nigerian blogger by the name of Everything Eatable showed up at the Tamale City Hotel to partake in the history-making epoch.

In an interview with Citi FM hours before the cook-a-thon came to an end, the young man showed his appreciation for Faila’s delicious food, describing Ghana’s Jollof as the ‘way maker’ Jollof that can transform one’s life.

Everything Eatable disclosed that he had been attentively monitoring both Faila’s tantalizing culinary creations on the internet and her quest to beat the world record in cooking.


But it was the images and videos of the Jollof rice that made him decide to fly from Nigeria to Tamale to sample the meal and make his decision about which nation makes the best Jollof.


After finishing the meal, he concluded that Ghana is a true leader in this area because its Jollof can significantly improve people’s lives.



Chef Faila’s Jollof is ‘Way Maker’ Jollof, it can transform your life- Nigerian blogger who travelled from Nigeria to Ghana to witness cookathon confesses
By
Gabs
January 11, 2024

Before Failatu Abdul-Razak’s incredible cookathon came to an end, a Nigerian blogger by the name of Everything Eatable showed up at the Tamale City Hotel to partake in the history-making epoch.

In an interview with Citi FM hours before the cook-a-thon came to an end, the young man showed his appreciation for Faila’s delicious food, describing Ghana’s Jollof as the ‘way maker’ Jollof that can transform one’s life.


Everything Eatable disclosed that he had been attentively monitoring both Faila’s tantalizing culinary creations on the internet and her quest to beat the world record in cooking.


But it was the images and videos of the Jollof rice that made him decide to fly from Nigeria to Tamale to sample the meal and make his decision about which nation makes the best Jollof.


After finishing the meal, he concluded that Ghana is a true leader in this area because its Jollof can significantly improve people’s lives.


Faila ends cook-a-thon at 22hrs on January 10
With an impressive total of 227 hours logged, Faila has easily surpassed the current record set by Irish Chef Alan Fisher (119 hours and 57 minutes). However, the official confirmation from Guinness World Records is still pending.


Driven by her unwavering determination and culinary expertise, she persevered and extended the marathon until January 10th.

Throughout this challenging endeavor, she captivated patrons with a delightful selection of local and international dishes, earning widespread admiration.


The city of Tamale, the capital of the Northern Region, became a vibrant center of support for Chef Failatu.

Dignitaries, celebrities, and influential figures from across Ghana rallied behind her, creating an atmosphere of excitement and encouragement.

Notable attendees included Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam (Minister of State at the Finance Ministry), Madam Akosua Frema Osei Opare (Chief of Staff), former First Lady Lordina Mahama, and former Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu.

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