Takoradi residents inspired by Afua Asantewaa’s Guinness World Record feat

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Afua Asantewaa Aduonum inspires residents with Guinness World Record Feat: Ghana News
Afua Asantewaa Aduonum

Residents of the Sekondi Metropolis are hailing , an Entrepreneur and Journalist, for her remarkable achievement of completing over 126 hours of nonstop singing to secure a place in the Guinness Book of Records.

The feat, seen as a significant motivator for African women, has sparked discussions about the potential of women in achieving great milestones for their families, communities, and nations.

Some residents express the belief in the capabilities of women but highlight the need for stronger social support systems to bolster women's efforts in realizing their dreams, self-worth, esteem, and confidence.

Afua Aduonum, with the unwavering support of her family, dedicated team, and the Ghanaian society, challenged the existing world record held by Indian national Sunil Waghmare.

Madam Josephine Amo, the Executive Director of Concerned Mothers, emphasized the importance of resilience, commitment, and dedication as guiding principles for women and girls.

She stated, “Our girl children have enormous potential, and with the right environment, I believe they can deliver,” applauding Afua Aduonum's achievement.

Mr. Emmanuel Opoku, an elder of the Christian Faith Church, praised Afua's strong mental fortitude, appreciating her ability to catch every beat and sing along perfectly.

Nana Adjoa Pew, a writer, described Afua as an icon worth emulating, emphasizing her mental strength, stability, and agility to withstand all odds.

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