I’m still considering another GWR attempt – Afua Asantewaa

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Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, the Ghanaian media personality and entrepreneur who tried to break the Guinness World Record for the longest individual singing session in December 2023 has expressed her determination to make another attempt at the record.

According to her, she is still considering embarking on another attempt at the sing-a-thon record since her previous attempt was unsuccessful.

In an interview with GHONE TV, Afua Asantewaa compared her situation to that of presidential candidates who continue to campaign for future elections despite losing, as well as the Black Stars who do not give up on football even after losing matches in World Cup tournaments.

“I’ve been thinking about it a lot and I believe that the record attempt I embarked on is similar to the Black Stars participating in a World Cup or a presidential candidate attempting for the presidency.

“I have never in my life seen the Black Stars quit football because they did not qualify for the World Cup, they still play all the time. I have seen presidential candidates who have not won the presidential seat but are still attempting,” she noted.

“So, if I have attempted the World Record and it wasn’t successful, it does not mean that I should give up. We are still considering and so moving forward I believe that a lot has been learned. We have only two weeks to attempt what we did last year in December so we have enough months ahead that if we would want to go again, to probably prepare and hit it once and for all,” Afua added.

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