Audio and notes from the book by Bright Geofrey Kata, Cofounder and Director Eco Hub Africa|Europe. Youth innovator, author, and impact entrepreneur Bright Geofrey Kata leverages story doing (storytelling and actions) to capture his journey through life moment by moment while exploring life’s deepest questions and challenges from gay rights issues to teenage anxiety and job creation. Enjoy listening to Walking the Road that Chose Me in full below.
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