In a remarkable feat, Executive Chef Faila recently made headlines by breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cook in the world during a marathon attempt.
Not content with just culinary achievements, Chef Faila has now embarked on a heartwarming charity project aimed at supporting orphanages and vulnerable children on the streets of Tamale.
Her inaugural initiative took her to the Nyohini Children’s Home, located in the heart of Tamale, where Chef Faila generously donated essential items to contribute to the well-being of the children. The donations included staples like rice and cooking oil, tin tomatoes, canned fish, soft drinks, biscuits as well as sanitary products.
In addition to the material support, an undisclosed cash amount was presented to further bolster the upkeep of the children at the home.
Following the presentation, Chef Faila expressed her motivation behind the philanthropic gesture. She stated, “The gesture is intended to show love and instil hope in the children.
“I’ve always had children all over me in society for my friendliness towards them, as I’ve always promised them that my successes will surely be theirs too, whilst sharing my little with them,” she said.
The accomplished chef, who is yet to have her Guinness World Record officially verified, took the opportunity to call for collective efforts to remember and support orphans and vulnerable children on the streets.
She emphasized the importance of community involvement, urging everyone to serve as surrogate parents for these children, driven solely by the spirit of compassion.
Chef Faila remarked, “My team and I took a necessary visit to the Nyohini Children’s Home to share with them love and hope. It is our collective efforts to remember these orphans and vulnerable children on the streets and serve as parents to them only for the sake of God.”
Chef Faila’s commitment to both culinary excellence and social responsibility sets an inspiring example, showcasing how success can be a catalyst for positive change in the lives of those less fortunate.
Source: Simon Unyan N/R Content Manager