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His certificate is fake and not from us – GWR exposes Chef Smith

In response to the controversy surrounding Chef Smith’s purported cook-a-thon certificate, Guinness World Records (GWR) has now commented.

In response to a query from Edem Kojo, the esteemed organization that bestows awards verified that the certificate under consideration is not a genuine GWR record.

In response to the controversy surrounding Chef Smith’s purported cook-a-thon certificate, Guinness World Records (GWR) has now commented.

In response to a query from Edem Kojo, the esteemed organization that bestows awards verified that the certificate under consideration is not a genuine GWR record.

As we all know, yesterday, Chef Smith’s cook-a-thon GWR certificate generated significant attention and debate on the local digital space with different opinions from critics.

The official clarification from Guinness World Records now settles the matter, highlighting the rigorous standards and verification processes upheld by the organization.

For now, Alan Fisher remains the reigning champion of the cook-a-thon, a testament to his endurance and culinary prowess.

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