Following her record-breaking 126-hour solo singing marathon, Ghanaian sensation Afua Asantewaa Aduonum was celebrated with a victory party on Friday night in Accra. The festive event, held at Akwaaba Village where her feat took place, honored her monumental accomplishment.
Attending guests donned all-white outfits to match the party’s luminous mood. The lively gathering provided a chance for Afua’s supporters to applaud her inspirational perseverance firsthand.
In a significant development during the event, it was announced that Afua had been appointed tourism ambassador for Ghana. This marks an exciting new chapter where she can leverage her soaring popularity to promote Ghanaian culture and destinations.
The news of Afua’s ambassadorship role sparked waves of positive reactions among Ghanaians. They expressed pride in her representing their country to the world as she embarks on global media tours.
Many commented that Afua’s passion for showcasing Ghana during her singing marathon makes her an ideal fit as tourism ambassador. They believe she will captivate international audiences and entice them to visit.
With her tenacious spirit and artistic flair, Afua Asantewaa Aduonum continues opening new doors since conquering the singing world record. Her victory party highlighted Ghana’s unity in celebrating the talents of its shining stars.
Afua Asantewaa Aduonum has started reaping the rewards of her labour as she has been appointed Tourism Ambassador for Ghana.— SIKAOFFICIAL🦍 (@SIKAOFFICIAL1) December 29, 2023
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Which Ghanaian is in the Guinness World Record?
A Ghanaian lady Afua Asantewaa Aduonum has successfully ended the Guinness World Record for the longest singing marathon by an individual, exceeding the previous record set by India’s Sunil Waghmare.
Who is the longest singathon in the world?
Sunil Waghmare, he’s the current Guinness World record holder, for the longest sing marathon.
Who gives the Guinness World Record?
The brainchild of Sir Hugh Beaver, the book was co-founded by twin brothers Norris and Ross McWhirter in Fleet Street, London, in August 1955.
Who checks Guinness World Records?
Guinness World Records has an expertly trained Records Management Team who undertake substantial research and verification checks to confirm whether a new record title has been achieved.