Cerebral palsy genius looks to become biggest Rangers shareholder
The Daily Record newspaper reports here on the amazing tale of 34-year-old wheelchair user Kieran Prior, a London resident who runs a lucrative private equity firm and, with an IQ of 234, is officially recognised as one of the most intelligent men in the world.
Now, Prior has signalled his intention to spend around £600,000 on a decisive share in the troubled Glasgow-based team, commenting that his 'motivation is simple. I want to see a club with a great heritage...grow as an institution'.
Mr Prior is proof, if any more were needed, that even serious disability should not be seen as any kind of barrier towards achieving great things in any area of professional or personal life. Whilst investing in items such as new and used wheelchair vehicles can make things more physically comfortable and convenient for those living with limited mobility, conditions like cerebral palsy should have no impact on the fortunes of people affected.
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