- A popular Ghanaian fashion brand named Brommon has created quality face masks to help fight COVID-19
- The masks are non-washable, look professional, made with quality cotton, cover the nose and mouth and feel highly comfortable, as reports indicate
- Each mask costs GHC 120
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Brommon, one of Ghana's lifestyle brands that specialise in custom-made suits, has introduced its face masks amid the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
A report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pulse.com.gh indicates that the masks are specially made non-washable and cost GH¢120 each.
Explaining what makes the mask relatively expensive as compared to the average ones on the market, the designer explains that the products are unique and vary in pattern, a design strategy that could aid in complimenting different looks.
In addition, Brommon indicates that the safety side of the mask was also not compromised as it covers the nose and mouth appropriately.
The materials used in making the mask are also reportedly quality cotton, thus making it comfortable, skin-friendly, windproof as well as professional-looking.
When it comes to keeping the products clean, Brommon explains that despite the mask not being washer-friendly, hand wash and dry-cleaning are recommended before it is reused, addicting that this makes the masks more economical and environmentally friendly.
In another interesting report, exactly 26 years ago on May 7, 1994, renowned Ghanaian boxing world champion, Azumah Nelson, lost his WBC Super Featherweight held for 10 good years.
A report on the official website of Happy FM indicates that Jesse James Leija of the United States knocked down Azumah Nelson of Ghana and went on to defeat him by unanimous decision.
Leija captured the World Boxing Council Super Featherweight Championship at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, USA.
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