- A man has braved his physical challenge to make an honest living for himself by making wealth out of wastes
- The disabled talented man named Manners Mukuwuri makes beautiful animal artworks from energy and beer can wastes
- Manners who provides for his family with proceeds from his artwork sales said he had one time sold a piece for N328k
A man has impressed the internet with his hard work and achievement despite being disabled.
The creative man named Manners Mukuwiri has been able to make wealth out of what many consider as wastes.
In an interview with BBC News Africa, Manners who hails from Zimbabwe makes fine animal artworks from energy and beer cans people throw away.
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The creative man showcased some of his creations which include a colourful ostrich artwork, frog and snakes.
His biggest sale so far
Manners revealed that he gets most of his patronage from the international community and has recorded a sale on a particular artwork at $800 (over N328k).
He lamented the little patronage from his own country which he blamed on lack of sensitization on arts.
People hail his creativity
Roryn Tamale stated:
"Kudzai Nyaguse my friend come see some incredible talent from r land."
Tom Collopy said:
"What a wonderful individual, full of admiration for him…"
Jean Daniel reacted:
"Well done hope you have a wonderful life god bless you."
Helen Thornberry commented:
"That is amazing very talent man your sculptures a great."
Lady turns nylon wastes into nice bags, shoes and clothes
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian woman had made beautiful bags, clothes and shoes from nylon wastes.
She could be seen in one of the photos on her LinkedIn page rocking a matching dress, necklace, sandals and bag; all products of pure water nylon waste conversions.
Adejoke who seems to be in charge of a group - Planet3R - concerned with making eco-friendly products achieved this by carefully converting these nylon wastes through sterilization using locally made wooden equipment.
Social media users were stunned at the awesome creations and praised her.