Sing-a-thon: Afua Asantewaa Accuses Guinness World Records Of Breach Of Contract, Video Trends

Sing-a-thon: Afua Asantewaa Accuses Guinness World Records Of Breach Of Contract, Video Trends

  • Afua Asantewaa has offered clarity regarding the brouhaha surrounding the news that her sing-a-thon was not successful
  • In an interview, she said the Guinness World Records breached the contract regarding the sing-a-thon
  • She said she was awaiting an official response from the Guinness World Record concerning her login details

Ghanaian media personality Afua Asantewaa has lashed out at the Guinness World Records after it was announced that her attempt to break the singing marathon world record was unsuccessful.

In a video sighted by on the X page of @TheKennethDarko, Afua Asantewaa, in an interview with GTV, accused the organisation of breaching the terms of their contract in relation to her record attempt.

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Afua Asantewaa calls out GWR Photo credit: @Afua Asantewaa O Aduonum/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Setting the records straight, Afua Asantewaa clarified that she should have been the only person to break the news on the outcome of her record attempt.

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"We were even planning on where to break the news when we received it.

She explained that a complaint was sent to the Guinness World Records regarding her login details and, hence, was surprised to hear that the organisation had updated Ghanaians on the record without her consent.

"In the contract we signed, until I decide to let it out they can't. I can't access my account so how then do I see what exactly went wrong. Everybody is emotional about this and were anticipating that the results would come from us.

At the time of writing the report, the video had raked in 2000 views.

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Afua Asantewaa's husband reacts to sing-a-thon outcome

Earlier, reported that Kofi Owusu Aduonum made this appeal in an interview while reacting to the news that his wife was unsuccessful in setting a new Guinness World Record.

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Kofi Owusu Aduonum said it was time for Ghana to honour his wife for promoting tourism.

He proposed the Akwaaba Village as he suggested monuments that could be named after his wife.

He was optimistic that people would visit the venue to learn about the historic event that caught people's attention worldwide.

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