I applied for the cook-a-thon but Guinness didn’t approve it – Chef Smith

I applied for the cook-a-thon but Guinness didn't approve it - Chef Smith
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Ebenezer Smith, a.k.a. Chef Smith, is a Ghanaian who has publicly apologised to his fellow countrymen for the controversy surrounding his effort to set a Guinness World Record.

In a video circulating on social media, Chef Smith was seen sobbing and on his knees, flanked by two very distraught women, as he gave a heartfelt apology to the country, expressing profound regret for what had happened.

“I have committed a great sin and I don’t even deserve to live anymore but please forgive me and my entire family. I have sinned against the entire nation,” he said in twi.

He disclosed that, despite not receiving approval from the Guinness World Record, he proceeded with his quest to break the record for the longest cooking marathon by an individual.

“I registered but I wasn’t approved. I just wanted an opportunity to show the world the talent God has given me. I wanted the opportunity to show the world my passion for cooking and get fame. I am sorry,” he said amidst tears.

Among the people he named in his apologies were Nana Boro, the president and his vice, and former president Mahama and his wife.

Watch the video below:

Source: Ghscribe.com

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