Kenya: Rehabilitation: The Sherman Turner Story Part II
Sherman L. Turner of Buffalo, New York, was a master plumber and minority contractor for the government and Small Business Administration (SBA) Paralyzed by a massive stroke in 1995, he traveled to Kenya to try learning another language at his doctor's suggestion, in order to aid his recovery. At the Kenyan School of Languages and Rehabilitations, he learned the African language Kiswahili, which helped improve his memory; it was there also that he first learned of Barack Obama.
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