Biography of Failatu Abdul-Razak: Age, Husband, Children, Cookathon and cooking career


Failatu Abdul-Razak, a prominent Ghanaian chef and emerging musician, is renowned for her advocacy for women’s rights and her vocal stance against child trafficking. Born on November 7, Faila is widely recognized for her hardworking and determined nature, demonstrating a relentless pursuit of her goals.

Her journey began in the music industry as an Afro-Pop artist, debuting with the hit song “Piibu Piibu” in 2016, which quickly became a household favorite, selling numerous cassettes. Beyond her musical pursuits, Faila has actively engaged in charity work, using her platform to address societal issues, particularly advocating for peace.

On the personal front, Failatu Abdul-Razak is happily married to Reginald Ofosuhen Adjei, with their union celebrated on November 1, 2020. While specific details about their marriage are not widely known, it is perceived as a joyous one.

The accomplished chef and musician is also a mother, with private sources indicating she has one child. However, Faila has chosen to keep information about her child private, maintaining a level of secrecy.

Tragically, Failatu Abdul-Razak lost her mother on April 16, 2017, at Tamale West Hospital. Currently, there is no available information about her father.

Lt. Reginald Ofosuhena Adjei, Faila’s husband, is a member of the Ghana Armed Forces, and their marital vows were exchanged on November 1, 2020.

In a culinary venture, Failatu Abdul-Razak is set to make history by attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon. The event, known as Cookathon, commenced at midnight at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale and is scheduled to continue until January 5th or beyond. She aims to surpass the official record held by Alan Fisher, and the unofficial record set by Ugandan chef Mama D.

Aside from her musical and culinary pursuits, Failatu Abdul Razak is the founder and head of Mickey’s Inn, a continental restaurant located in Tamale. Additionally, she actively contributes to the Ijbah Ghana Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting orphaned children. Through her restaurant, Faila and her team have provided meals to numerous orphans, bringing joy and smiles to their faces.


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