Afua Asantewaa, a Guinness World Record sing-a-thon contender, has revealed that she has paid the Guinness World Record a total of 750 dollars.
Afua Asantewaa made this remark during an interview with Joy News. Guinness World Record in response to a fan revealing that Afua Asantewaa should expect her results shortly.
“We’ve been reviewing Afua’s evidence and will be letting her know the results soon,” they told a fan on Twitter.
Afua Asantewaa believes it is taking too long for her to receive her results, claiming that a usual Guinness World Record review takes no more than 12 weeks.
She revealed that to make things easier, she and her team decided to pay for the premium review so that she would get to know her results soon. She revealed that it takes between 1 and 5 business days for a premium review, which costs 650 dollars.
According to her, by the end of everything, she had spent 750 dollars, which is equivalent to 9,286, because, apart from the 650 dollars for the premium, she was being asked to pay other fees.
Nana Ama McBrown posted many pictures on her Instagram page and captioned it ‘Who you are is what you must always value’. Nana Ama could be seen showing his fingers and guess what, surprisingly enough, she was not wearing her wedding ring anymore.
“Due to the event’s popularity, they sought our files. Following two weeks of waiting, we requested a priority review. The average review time is 12 weeks. But if you want it quickly, you pay a fee and they will review your information within five working days,” she explained.
On December 24, 2023, Afua Asantewaa set out to break the Guinness World Record for the longest-ever singing marathon.
The historic occurrence occurred in Akwaaba village, Accra, Ghana. Vice President Bawumia, Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Kuami Eugene, Kwabena Kwabena, Lilwin, and Becca, among others, came out to support her.