Richard Turere was just 11 when he came up with a way of stopping lions from killing his cows and goats. His Lion Lights became a global success and this young Masaai boy became an African superstar.
But what happened when the spotlight disappeared? We returned to Kenya to find out what happened to the child prodigy. #BBCInnovators
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