Chef Faila’s husband, Lt. Reginald Ofusuhene Adjei, has announced that, his wife’s cookathon attempt would be called off tomorrow, Wednesday, January 10, 2024 at 10am.
According to him, even though Faila is physically fit to go more hours, he can’t afford to put her health in jeopardy.
He also added that he is extremely proud of her achievement but it’s time for her to relax and enjoy the fruit of her labor.
Despite cooking for 200 hours, Chef Faila’s energy has made it clear that she is a great force to reckon with.
In a recent video, Chef Faila was seen vigorously dancing despite denying herself of sleep for many days.
This has made many people wonder about the kind of medication she has been taking to make herself so strong.
In her ambitious quest to set a Guinness World Record for the longest cookathon, Chef Faila has remained resilient.
Inspired by the accomplishments of Ugandan Chef Mama Dee, Chef Faila decided to stretch her culinary feat to an amazing 10 days, instead of the original plan of a 5-day nonstop cooking marathon.
Chef Faila’s decision to extend her cookathon was motivated by Mama Dee’s incredible feat—she had previously established the record with an incredible 144 hours of nonstop cooking.
Chef Faila took on the task of double the original cookathon time, driven by her desire to push the boundaries and leave a lasting impression on the culinary world.