Creative Ghanaian man shows how to create home-made nose masks with tissue paper (Video)

Creative Ghanaian man shows how to create home-made nose masks with tissue paper (Video)

- A young man, Jude Nkwanta Barnes has made a video aiding the fight against COVID-19 spread in Ghana by showing how to make nose masks at home

- He demonstrated how cheap materials such as tissue paper and rubber bands can be used in making nose masks to protect oneself

- The young man is a graduate of the University of Ghana, the nation's premier university

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A young Ghanaian man by name Jude Nkwanta Barnes has made a very helpful video showing how nose masks can be made in the home with cheap materials like rubber bands and tissue paper.

The video was sighted by on social media and it reveals a cheap way of fighting the spread of COVID-19 also known as coronavirus.

This comes at the right time for many people in Ghana as two cases of the global pandemic have recently been reported in the country.

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It would be recalled how earlier reported that according to the Health Minister, two persons tested positive after laboratory tests from the Noguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research on Thursday, March 12.

The young man who made the video to show the public how to create the cheap nose masks is a graduate of the University of Ghana.

He was spotted in a University of Ghana's ceremonial attire as he made the rather helpful video. It is not clear how long the mask may last or how effective it might be but surely, it would be better than moving around without any.

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In other news, Amponmah Nana Afia, a beautiful Ghanaian nurse who is also known as Eva Duah and also the nurse Ahot3hemaa has sadly broken many hearts after passing on due to asthma.

Close friends who broke the news on social media shared many beautiful pictures and revealed that Eva Duah was such a free soul, who always wanted to see others smiling and loved attending weddings and other gatherings.

The young nurse who looked to be in her late twenties or early thirties was truly full of life as shown in some of the pictures sighted by

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