Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak is a popular Ghanaian chef and aspiring musician, known as a strong advocate for women and someone who speaks out against child trafficking. She was born on November 7.
Judging from social interactions, Faila is a very hardworking and ruthless go-getter who will stop at nothing until she achieves what she wants.
Chef Faila Abdul-Razak started out as an Afro-pop musician. She released her hit Piibu Piibu in 2016, which became a household name where many cassettes were sold. Faila also participated in many charitable works and recorded anti-war songs.
Chef Failatu Abdul Razak attended the renowned Business Senior School in Tamale, which prepared her to become the entrepreneur she is today. After high school, Faila continued her studies at the University for Development Studies (UDS), where she studied Integrated Community Development (ICD).
Is Chef Faila Abdul-Razak Married?
Yes. She is married to Reginald Ofosuhene Adjei and the couple got married on November 1, 2020, but many details about their marriage are not known but it can be concluded that it is a happy marriage.
Does Chef Failatu Abdul Razak Have Children?
Yes. According to private sources, the hardworking woman has a child but decides to keep him private, so little is known about him.
Chef Faila Abdul-Razak’s Parent
According to information available to us, Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak lost her mother on April 16, 2017 at Tamale West Hospital. There is currently no information available about her father.
Who Is Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak’s Husband?
His name is available to us as Lieutenant Reginald Ofosuhene Adjei. He is a member of the Ghana Armed Forces and married Faila on November 1, 2020.
Chef Faila Abdul-Razak’s Cookathon
A Ghanaian chef named Failatu Abdul-Razak takes on the Guinness World Record challenge to break the record for the longest culinary marathon.
Faila started hers this evening at 12am at the Modern City Hotel in Tamale and will continue it until January 5 or so.
The current official record is held by Alan Fisher, but Mama D, a Ugandan chef, has unofficially surpassed him, so Chef Tamale must beat him too.
Chef Failatu Abdul-Razak’s Achievements And Career
Failatu Abdul Razak is the owner and founder of Mickey’s Inn. A continental restaurant in the heart of the Northern Region capital, Tamale.
She opened the restaurant in 2017 and has been serving the best dishes to customers ever since, bringing them in and out of her store every day.
She is also a team member of the Ijbah Ghana Foundation, a non-profit government organization (NGO) that aims to help and assist orphans in the city. Thanks to the NGO, Faila and her team have served meals to many orphans through her restaurant, bringing them joy and smiles.