Kuto was born into a life of sternness. His father was a successful businessman, but his mother died when he was young. Kuto was raised by his father and grandparents, who were very strict with him. As a result, Kuto grew up to be a very disciplined and hardworking young man.

When he was eighteen, Kuto left home to travel the world. He spent several years working odd jobs in different countries before finally settling down in Libya. There, he found work as a security guard for an oil company.

Kuto quickly adapted to life in Libya. He learned the local language and made friends with some of his co-workers. However, he always kept to himself and never got too close to anyone.

One day, while Kuto was on duty at the oil refinery, there was a major accident. A fire broke out and several workers were killed or injured. Kuto helped evacuate the premises and saved many lives that day. For his heroism, he was awarded a medal from the Libyan government . . .