Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram
Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram

Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak has become a prominent figure in Ghana, celebrated not only for her culinary prowess but also for her fervent advocacy for women’s rights and unwavering stand against child trafficking.

She captured widespread attention as she embarked on her journey to set a Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon.

Since embarking on her cook-a-thon challenge, she garnered widespread support from Ghanaians, with numerous celebrities making appearances at the venue to show their support.

Numerous individuals extended their congratulations to her for her remarkable accomplishment of successfully completing the Guinness World Record Cook-a-Thon, spanning an impressive 227 hours of continuous cooking.

STYLEAFRIQUE™•com explores 6 interesting facts about chef Failatu Abdul-Razak.

1. Personal Life

According to sources, Chef Failatu was born on November 7, 1978. She embodies an ardent advocacy for women’s rights and staunchly opposes child trafficking. Her reputation is built on resolute determination and an industrious spirit. A relentless achiever, she ardently pursues her goals with unwavering dedication and fervor.

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2. Education

Failatu Abdul Razak began her academic journey at the renowned Business Senior School in Tamale, where her passion for entrepreneurship was ignited. This formative experience greatly shaped her future pursuits. Subsequently, she pursued a degree in Integrated Community Development (ICD) at the University of Professional Studies (UDS).

3. Career

Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram
Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram

Failatu Abdul Razak is the visionary behind Mickey’s Inn, serving as both its founder and CEO. Situated in the bustling heart of Tamale, in the Northern Region, Mickey’s Inn offers a delightful array of continental cuisine.

Snacks from Chef Faila's Cook-A-Thon attempt. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram
Snacks from Chef Faila’s Cook-A-Thon attempt. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram

Since its inception in 2017, the restaurant has consistently delighted countless customers with its exquisite dishes.

4. Philanthropism

Snacks from Chef Faila's Cook-A-Thon attempt. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram
Snacks from Chef Faila’s Cook-A-Thon attempt. Photo Credit: Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak/Instagram

She is an integral part of the Ijbah Ghana Foundation, a government-recognized non-profit organization dedicated to supporting orphaned children in the city. Alongside Chef Faila and her team, the restaurant has become a beacon of hope, serving nutritious meals to countless orphans, bringing warmth and happiness to their lives with every dish.

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5. Marital Status

Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak is wedded to Lieutenant Reginald Ofosuhene Adjei, a member of the military, their union solemnized on November 1, 2020. While sources indicate that Chef Faila is a parent to one child, she chooses to maintain privacy regarding details about her child.

6. Multifaceted Talent

Chef Faila began her music career as an Afro-Pop artist, gaining widespread acclaim with her 2016 hit single “Piibu Piibu,” which quickly became a household recognition and sold numerous cassette copies. Beyond her musical pursuits, Faila has actively engaged in charitable endeavors and contributed to the cause of peace through her song recordings.