- The Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mckingtorch Africa has built a bench that also serves as a table
- The Ghanaian creative and social entrepreneur made the double-purpose furniture from recycled plastic waste
- In a video online, he demonstrates how the bench that comes with lockers could be turned into a table for usage
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Ghanaian creative and social entrepreneur, Makafui Awuku, has built a bench that doubles as a table from recycled plastic waste collected from the streets of Accra.
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mckingtorch Africa showed off his newly made dual-purpose furniture on Twitter Wednesday, May 4.
In a video clip, he demonstrates how users of the bench could convert it into a table as he revealed that it comes with lockers.
Impressive dual-purpose furniture
''I made this bench that converts to a table in seconds, and made from recycled plastic waste from the streets of Accra,'' he shared with the video.
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Even though the video is quite impressive, it is yet to gain traction on social media. At the time of writing this report, Awuku's post had gained fewer reactions.
Watch the video below:
Mckingtorch Africa Unveils Ghana's First-Ever Solar-Powered Bus Shelter Made from Plastic Waste
Not long ago, Awuku's environmental sustainability brand, McKingtorch Africa, commissioned the country's first solar-powered bus shelter also made from recycled and upcycled plastic waste.
The Bus Shelter Proof-of-Concept project is the country's first and possibly the first on the continent.
McKingtorch Africa unveiled the first bus shelter of the programme at Dzorwulu in Accra on Thursday, February 3, 2022.
Ghanaian Entrepreneur Edna Frimpong Founded Fash Slippers
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that women in traditionally male-dominated fields such as shoemaking face difficult hurdles, but one Ghanaian artisan, Edna Frimpong, is making laudable strides.
Born into humble parentage, Edna has worked hard to establish Fash Slippers, a footwear brand that produces handmade slippers in Ghana.
The journey to becoming an entrepreneur, shoemaker, and creative director of the shoe label was not a walk in the park because of her deprived background.
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