Kuto was born in Gambia, Africa. He was the son of a tribal chief and had a privileged childhood. When he was sixteen, his father sent him to America to study at Harvard University. Kuto excelled in his studies and graduated with honors.
After graduation, Kuto returned to Gambia and took over his father’s tribe. He quickly proved himself to be a wise and just leader. Under his guidance, the tribe prospered and grew strong.
As the years passed, Kuto’s hair began to turn gray at the temples. But instead of hiding this sign of aging, he proudly let it show. He continued to lead his tribe with wisdom and compassion, earning their love and respect more than ever before.
One day, when Kuto was in his early fifties, he was out walking near the edge of the jungle when he heard a strange noise coming from inside it. curiosity got the better of him, so he cautiously entered the jungle despite warnings from his tribesmen not to do so…