Innovation they say is one of the best means to dig a man out of the suffering of this world. Many innovators have has grown from having nothing into acquiring all they've desired since their birth.
Innovation requires lots of creative thinking, and it is only one who is very very good at creative thinking that can be a sound innovator.
Who would imagine, the popular pure water sachet can be used to make sandals or shoes. We all know it can be recycled into a nylon bag or light rubbers when thickened.
Here is a young innovator who has cleared out doubt and created what was never thought of, using waste of pure water sachet to make good, lasting and quality sandals.
Named, Makafui Awuku, a socialite and an environmentalist, put up a team named Mackingtorch Africa where their sole aim is to make new brands of sandals with rubber and nylon waste found on the streets, by so doing help maintaining wellness and neatness if the street.
Mackingtorch Africa has pledge to produce at least 5000 pairs of sandals from pure water sachet waste by 2020.
This is very magnificent, kudos to all those putting Africa on the map.
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