She dethroned the previous record holder Lucy Ogechukwu Ejike a Nigerian with a lift of 75kg who held the record for four years.
This year's event was organised under the auspices of the World Para Powerlifting Organisation and the Egyptian Paralympics Committee to serve as a quality mark for the 2024 Olympics and ParalympicGames in Paris, France.
She said, “It wasn't easy beating my opponents, but I thanked God almighty for the win and Ghanaians for their support and prayers throughout the competition.
I feel very great and happy for breaking the record with 91kg weight because last two years I won the silver medal with 55kg and my opponent won the gold medal with 75kg.
“Going into the competition my target was to set a new record for myself and with determination, and hard work I was able to do that,” she noted.
Mr Prince Nyarko the Head Coach for the National Para Team, the Black Optimist expressed gratitude to the management, technical board and athletes for the victory and urged them to continue doing their work for the development of the sports.
He said, “I want to use this opportunity to thank our African Paralympic Committee President, Mr Samson Deen, for investing in us and we would never disappoint him.”
He said, “On behalf of the para-sports team, I want to appeal to individuals, and non-governmental organisations to come to our aid and support us.
“I know the 2024 games would be a challenge but we would never give up our dreams.”
Para Powerlifting is an adaptation of the sport of powerlifting for athletes with disabilities.