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GWR sing-a-thon result: Asantewaa reacts

GWR sing-a-thon result: Asantewaa reacts

“The news of the outcome of my Sing-a-thon attempt came few minutes as I was preparing to host a gala dinner and the launch of the Lebanese Scholarship Alumni Network attended by the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. I would announce my next line of action in few days”, Afua Asantewaa O. Aduonum has reacted to Guinness World Records for the longest singing marathon’s failed attempt.

Afua Asantewaa O. Aduonum’s attempt at the Guinness World Records for the longest singing marathon did not meet the required criteria, as confirmed by the official GWR account. Despite singing for 126 hours and 52 minutes over five days in December 2023, her bid fell short of the record set by Sunil Waghmare of India in 2012.

The GWR stated that Asantewaa’s fee for expedited evaluation of her sing-a-thon had been reimbursed. They also acknowledged the positive impact her attempt had on her fans and observers, wishing her success in any future record endeavors.

Asantewaa’s sing-a-thon attracted significant attention and support at the Akwaaba Village in Accra. Even the Vice President of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, visited her during the event. Despite the setback, Asantewaa had aimed for several accolades with her historic performance.

While she has not publicly commented on the outcome of her GWR attempt, Asantewaa remains optimistic about the experience and its impact on her future endeavors. The results of other record attempts, such as Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak’s cooking marathon and Chef Smith’s ongoing cook-a-thon, are still pending.


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