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Ghanaian Chef Apologizes for Faking COOKATHON Achievement (VIDEO)

by Lovina

Chef Smith from Ghana tearfully apologized for falsifying his Guinness World Record certificate.

Initially, he claimed to have broken the record, but an investigation revealed the certificate to be fake.

The legitimate record holder is Alan Fisher from Ireland. In a televised interview with a Ghanaian media organization, Chef Smith expressed sorrow for his actions, expressing his aspiration for recognition.

He also apologized for any embarrassment his conduct may have brought upon Ghana, his homeland.

Furthermore, his female assistant, Leticia Martekie Sankah, also sought forgiveness for her participation in the incident.

Watch the video below:

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