Chef Faila’s Soldier Husband Speaks For The First Time: “I’ve Trained Her The Military Way”

Chef Faila’s Soldier Husband Speaks For The First Time: “I’ve Trained Her The Military Way”

  • Chef Faila's husband, Lt. Reginald Ofosuhene Adjei, revealed that his wife underwent military-style training, enhancing her ability to cook for over 144 hours
  • He confidently predicted Chef Faila's success in breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon, citing her unique training
  • Captain Agyei highlighted Chef Faila's extraordinary skills and dedication as critical factors contributing to her potential record-breaking achievement

Chef Faila's husband, Capt. Reginald Ofosuhene Adjei spoke for the first time. He gave reasons why he believes his wife can cook for over 120 hours to break the world's longest cooking time record.

Capt. Adjei said his wife underwent military-style training before undertaking her extraordinary culinary journey.

In an exclusive interview with Zionfelix, Capt. Agyei, proud husband to Chef Faila, shared that his wife possesses the extraordinary ability to cook for over 144 hours, surpassing Alan Fisher’s record of 119 hours and 57 minutes.

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Chef Faila’s soldier husband speaks for the first time: “I’ve trained her the military way”
Failatu Abdul-Razak and her husband, Capt. Adjei Photo credit: @ghlagatindotcom & @FailaAbdulRazak Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

Capt. Agyei expressed confidence that Chef Faila's unique training, combined with her passion for cooking and fitness, positions her to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon by an individual.

Captain Agyei revealed that he trained his wife using military techniques, enhancing her endurance and efficiency in the kitchen.

He attributed Chef Faila’s cooking ability for extended periods to this specialized training. The proud husband highlighted her unique training and her passion for cooking and fitness as key factors contributing to her success in surpassing existing records.

According to Captain Agyei, Chef Faila routinely engages in nonstop cooking sessions lasting an impressive 24 hours when fulfilling client orders. This dedication and stamina, honed through military-style training, have become instrumental in her quest to set a new world record.

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Earlier, reported that a Ghanaian man also announced that his application to attempt a Guinness World Record has been approved.

Dela Gomey shared an e-mail from Guinness World Records informing him that his application had been approved.

With this, he seeks to set a new world record for the most lipstick applications in 30 seconds on January 6, 2024.

Man dances his heart out as he receives meal cooked by Chef Faila

Meanwhile, Ghanaian chef Failatu Abdul Razak commenced her Guinness World Record attempt for the longest cooking marathon on January 1 2024.

Supporters, including Afua Asantewaa's team members, have rallied behind Failatu at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale, cheering her on.

A video showing a guest enthusiastically dancing after receiving Failatu's native Northern delicacy, Tuo Zaafi, has garnered attention and increased support for her cook-a-thon.

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