Reactions as anatomy graduate makes face masks with beads
- An anatomy graduate recently left social media buzzing with mixed reactions following her recent creation
- Identified as Grace Ishicheli Kenechi, the 20-year-old made face masks using beads
- Not so many people are impressed with the beaded face masks as they believe it isn't effective
As the world continues to battle with the global pandemic, coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, many people are focused on finding new ways to stay protected while scientists continue to search for the cure.
A 20-year-old lady identified as Grace Ishicheli Kenechi has left social media users buzzing following her recent creation. Kenechi who is a first-class graduate of anatomy from Delta State University has decided to start making face masks.
However, Kenechi is making hers using beads. Following WHO's position on face masks which clearly states that if an individual is healthy, they only need to wear a mask if you are taking care of a person with the virus, Kenechi was inspired to make her own type of face masks.
According to her, medical experts disagree that wearing face masks protects one from getting infected.
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She revealed that she decided to make them after seeing people re-use disposable masks and find it hard to breathe through the masks. She also added that the beaded mask would prevent people from unconsciously touching their faces.
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Not many people were impressed as they believe the mask is ineffective. Some are wondering if the mask is for fashion or protection as microbes can easily pass through the holes.
See reactions below:
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian crossdresser Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju, better known as Bobrisky, seems to be having a good kick out of the news that the lockdown has been extended to 2 more weeks.
The controversial effeminate celebrity, recently took to his Instagram page to mock the people who often trolled when he was still hustling for his future.
According to him, even if the lockdown is extended for a whole year, he's still live comfortably. However, this will not be the case for the trolls who mocked him as they would suffer.
Meanwhile, the lockdown has no doubt affected millions of people in different ways. While some people see it as an inconvenience they can't bear to suffer for long, others are looking at the positive sides to it.
One of such people is Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade. She recently tweeted about how the lockdown has made her to actually start living in her home. Alade who revealed she used to spend more time out of it as she was always travelling, described the feeling as good.
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