- Entrepreneurial and creative talents have never been lacking in Nigeria
- A Nigerian lady has impressed social media users with bags, clothes and other things she made after recycling pure water nylon wastes
- Many marvelled at the beautiful creations that came off the nylon wastes and hailed the woman
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While interests in recycling materials seem to be on an increase, a Nigerian lady has taken a different side to it.
A Nigerian lady has taken to recycling nylon waste and she is doing it really well with wonderful results.
In a LinkedIn post, the lady identified as Adejoke Lasisi shared beautiful bags, clothes and shoes she made from recycled pure water nylon wastes.
She could be seen in one of the photos 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.
Joy Okechukwu said:
"Wow! This is mind blowing. She deserves all the support she can get."
Michael Osunkwo reacted:
"Wow! What an amazing work you did with the pure water sachets."
Odunayo Olalere commented:
"Wow creativity at it's peak."
Vivian Nwogo remarked:
"Reduce, Recycle and Reuse. Bravo! You are on top of your game. Let's join hands together to make the ecosystem more habitable for us and generations yet unborn while generating income from it."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a pretty Nigerian lady impressed many with her carpentry skills as she made nice furniture.
Sharing photos of the yet-to-be-identified lady who is said to hail from Delta state, a Facebook user named Ukachukwu Igboamusi was full of praises for her and encouraged his Facebook friends to patronize her.
Ladies hailed her for taking on a business venture that is unpopular among them, others wanted her contact in order to patronize her just as they thought her pieces of furniture look amazing.
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