No one could’ve predicted what the future held for the Dibabas. They grew up in the rural area of Bekoji, Ethiopia, and their parents were farmers. Perhaps their success can be attributed to a daily routine of hard work and, their mother Gutu says, “freshly squeezed goat’s milk.” Or to their fairly traditional childhood; they attended school and helped out with household chores.
You can read up to 3 premium stories before you subscribe to Magzter GOLD
Log in, if you are already a subscriber
Get unlimited access to thousands of curated premium stories, newspapers and 5,000+ magazines
READ THE ENTIRE ISSUE