To many, reading may be a very hard task to do effectively in the span of an hour or so.
Looking at the book pages at a sitting has by far been one of the most daunting tasks that many haven’t quite really mastered the art of undertaking.
That, however, isn’t the case for Daniel Mirera who can write legibly while the book is in an upside down position.
That is not all however as the law student revealed that he can as well read when the information in the book is facing away from him.
Interestingly, he has been doing that since his pre-unit school days and admitted to having problems with his lower primary school teachers.
He had problems with the invigilator during the national examinations after his answer booklet was taken away from him for suspected cheating.
"When he saw my answer booklet upside down, he thought I was cheating and took it," Mireri narrates.
It was until his classmates had intervened that he was allowed to continue, they told the invigilator that that was how he used to write.
"He apologized and gave back the booklet," he said.
His teachers could not understand why the reverse of things in the normal world made sense to him.
The parents were even shocked to the point of taking him to the hospital just to be sure of his medical conditions.
Her mother does not think the mental set up of his boy is normal and believes there could be a better medical explanation to that.
It is so hard for him to write in the normal way such that he struggles just like someone learning to write upside down.
Here the video.