- A 19-year-old UG student, Craig Owusu, has made kaftan clothes out of Voltic pre-water rubbers
- The gentleman is currently in level 300 studying philosophy, psychology, and archaeology
- Craig Owusu also won an award after participating in the Youth Empowerment Awards
Craig Owusu, a 19-year-old student at the University of Ghana studying philosophy, psychology, and archaeology, has created an outfit using water sachets.
Information obtained directly from the level 300 student indicates that prior to him getting enrolled at UG, Craig graduated from the Osei Tutu senior high school.
Due to his exploits and creativity, Craig Owusu partook in the Youth Empowerment Awards and was able to win an award as a certificate sighted by Legit.ng has shown.
The kaftan clothes were created using Voltic pre-water rubbers out of which the creative young man was also able to make some slippers.
In other news, a Nigerian artist, Kelly Omodamwen, has amazed many with his creativity as he used spark plugs to make beautiful art installations.
As some of his works surfaced on Twitter, many wondered how long it took him to beat the plugs into shape and create what he wanted with them.
With spark plugs, he has been able to create masterpieces that depict a ram and drummer. The intricate design of the installations makes them more beautiful to look at.
Talking about the ram piece, Kelly said that it was inspired by the pandemic when he thought humanity was going to end.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man identified as Usman Dalhatu got people talking on social media after building a solar-powered cooker that has a television.
Usman shared photos of two men cooking with the invention while the television was on. While the television is solar-powered, the burners are powered by gas.
Recall that the young man was recognised by the federal government which finalised plans to collaborate with him after building a portable E-vent automatic ventilator and road sweeping machine.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng Editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfilment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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