I was happy Chef Smith didn’t get support from Ghanaians – Ola Michael

Popular entertainment pundit, Ola Michael has said that he was delighted that Chef Ebenezer Smith did not receive support from Ghanaians during his attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon in the world. He explained that the absence of numerous personalities, including celebrities and politicians, helped Chef Smith focus on…

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An agenda against us? Why GWR keeps disqualifying Ghanaians – Here’s all you need to know

Despite the massive support and perceived adherence to the GWR rules and regulations concerning the Cook-A-Thon and Sing-A-Thon by Chef Faila and Afua Aduomum respectively, both have had their attempt disqualified by GWR. Just about 10 days ago, GWR was forced to publicly make Afua Asantewaa’s sing-a-thon disqualification public. As admitted by Afua Asantewaa, she…

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We are failing because of our mentality to rules – Ghanaians react to Chef Faila’s cook-a-thon disqualification

In barely a week, two Ghanaians whose attempts at the Guinness World Records for the longest cooking and singing marathons gained prominence, have seen their respective applications rejected by the global awarding body. Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, who attempted to break the record for the longest singing marathon by singing for over five days, had her attempt rejected…

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“Wicked Ghanaians sent wrong videos to Guinness World Record telling them to disqualify me” – Afua Asantewaa cries (VIDEO)

Days after her Guinness World Record singing marathon attempt was disqualified by the Guinness World Record, Afua Asantewaa has been in the news for various reasons which has abruptly sent her on an explanation media tour. In one of such media tours, Afua Asantewaa Aduonum shed some light on how some Ghanaians masterminded and ensured that…

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Otumfuo urges Telecel to safeguard the jobs of Ghanaians

Asante King, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has advised the new owners of Vodafone Ghana to protect the jobs of Ghanaians in the company. Otumfuo made this remarkable request when the leadership of Telecel Group paid a courtesy call on him to announce the 70% shares takeover from Vodafone Ghana. Asantehene’s expectations which encompass job security…

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