- A 20-year-old University of Ghana student, Craig Owusu has made kaftan clothes out of Voltic pre-water rubbers
- The gentleman who made the brilliant attire when he was in level 100 is currently studying philosophy, psychology, and archaeology
- Craig Owusu also won an award when he participated in the coveted Youth Empowerment Awards
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Craig Owusu, a 20-year-old student and photo model at the University of Ghana studying philosophy, psychology, and archaeology has created an outfit using water sachets
Information obtained directly from the level 100 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 YEN.com.gh has shown.
The kaftan cloth was created using Voltic pre-water rubbers out of which the creative young man was also able to make some slippers.
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Earlier, an unidentified lady stirred the internet with pictures of her neatly dressed in 'Ghana must go' themed clothes.
The pictures were sighted on social media by YEN.com.gh.
The beautiful unnamed lady appeared to be in her twenties and looks to be skilled in posing for the camera. She is a tall, slender damsel with stunning looks both facially and in stature.
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In a separate report, Theresa Andor, a talented young lady identified on Twitter as @tessy_andor is able to produce stunning outfits without the help of any sewing machine.
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Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Theresa who is currently based in Nigeria indicates that she taught herself the skill by watching some videos on YouTube and has been in this business for only two years now.
"All you need basically is yarn, a hook, measuring tape and you’re good to go!" she said.
Recounting how it all started, Theresa says she got into the business after she completed her Ordinary National Diploma (OND) in Accounting program and found it a bit difficult getting a good placement.