Musician Wanlov and his sister, Deborah Vanessa are the latest celebrities to start their own initiative that helps to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Many people are educating or donating goods, including hand sanitisers but these two decided to make their own face masks.
The masks, according to Sister Derby, are made out of recycled second-hand clothing, especially T-Shirts.
‘Ano Dross’ which directly translates as ‘mouth panty’ is what they decided to call their product.
In a documentary about the masks, Sister Derby said their initiative would not only help deal with airborne diseases like Covid-19 but also minimise clothing waste at dumpsites and in the sea.
The duo is working hand in hand with tailors at Kantamanto to make these masks.
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Ghanaian musician Wanlov the Kubolor has come up with a genius way of recycling second hand junk dumped on Ghana by the West. Together with clothes makers of Kantamanto, they are making @AnoDross face masks for export. Sister Deborah reports exclusively for Pidgen TV. A real Fake News story.