The blind pianist and electrician
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Meet the 19-year-old blind pianist challenging his disability

Nineteen-year-old Yongren Otundo lost his sight after falling from a stool when he was two.

Despite being blind, he now repairs electronics and is the leading pianist in his school, and has won several music awards.

The BBC visited the Thika School For The Blind in Kenya to find out how he managed to learn these skills.

Video producers: Anthony Irungu, Anne Okumu, Agnes Penda Yongren and Christine Njeri

  • 29 Jul 2019
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