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Sing-a-thon: Dr Bawumia joins Ghanaians at Akwaaba Village to cheer on Afua Asantewaa

Vice President Dr Mahamudia, on Monday afternoon, joined Ghanaians at the Akwaaba Village in Accra, to extend support to Afua Asantewaa, the Ghanaian singer seeking to break the Guinness World Record for the longest singing marathon.

Asantewaa kicked off her daring attempt at midnight on Christmas Eve, and she is aiming to sing continuously to break the current record, held by Indian Sunil Waghmare, who sang for 105 hours in 2012.

Dr Bawumia made a surprise appearance at the Akwaaba Village and joined many young Ghanaians cheering Asantewaa on, as she gets closer to the 48th hour.

With a miniature Ghanaian flag, Dr. Bawumia stood with the crowd and cheered on Afia, who performed a mix of gospel and highlife songs.

After spending some time cheering her on, Dr. Bawumia exchanged pleasantries with the crowd, who were excited to interact with him.

He expressed optimism that Asantewaa would be able to break the record, and called on all Ghanaians to encourage and support her until she breaks the record.

"She has shown much passion and determination. It is possible for Afua to break this record," Dr. Bawumia said.

This comes after the Vice President in a Facebook Post already sent good wishes to Afua Asantewaa expressing optimism about her success.

Credit: Myjoyonline



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