Blind teenager is inspiring lives with his YouTube channel
October 13, 2017
16 years old Mehdi Malakane from Morocco in North Africa is the first visually impaired boy to become a vlogger. Vlogger is a person who uploads videos to YouTube and shares his opinion with the world.
Mehdi has his own YouTube channel 'TGBro', which has more than 5,300 subscribers. He has uploaded 170 high quality videos on his channel.
Mehdi uses the channel to advise people with disability how to live a normal life and inspire them to find solutions to their problems to have a positive future.
Mehdi was born blind and even after many operations, his sight was not restored. But Mehdi's interest in computers and technology from a young age helped him to overcome his disability successfully.
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