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Waste to wealth: Nigerian lady makes pretty dress from 5k pure water sachet

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A Nigerian recycler, Adejoke Lasisi has demonstrated the amazing benefits inherent in pure water sachet waste.  

Lasisi did this by making a cute dress out of over 5000 water sachets waste.

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She flaunted the beautiful gown on the ‘black carpet’ of a recent award ceremony she attended.

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The Ibadan-based entrepreneur shared photos of the gown in a series of posts she made on Saturday and Sunday.

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The entrepreneur who specializes in converting textile and plastic wastes into eco-friendly products is also the Founder and Creative Creator of Planet 3R

Reports suggest that ninety percent of the dress is made up of nylons, while ten percent is thread.

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Her craft didn’t go unnoticed as social media several users flooded her post in awe of her work.

@comrade_mj said:
“As an Environmentalist, I am dazzled”

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@JoannaMMeyer commented:
“It’s splendid. I LOVE the design. I’m wondering though if it’s itchy? I can hardly wear polyester anymore because my skin prefers natural fibers.”

@LukasBrausch noted:
“Very creative.👍Great idea and it looks good as well.”

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@Aloyebaba wrote:
“Beautiful is an understatement!!!!”

@duchess_elina said:
“It’s beautiful 😍❤️ and great job keeping the environment plastic free.”

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24-year-old converts car into a ‘helicopter’

In other news, a 24-year-old young man has fulfilled his dream of one day owning a helicopter after he successfully converted his car into one.

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The young Indian man, identified as Mithilesh Prasad, made some modifications to his car so it could pass for a helicopter.

He fitted some conventional helicopter-like parts such as a tail boom and a tail rotor to the main rotor to make it look like a real helicopter.

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However, the ‘helicopter’ built by Mithilesh Prasad is limited because it cannot fly.

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