He fitted a series of flashing LED bulbs onto poles round the stock enclosure, facing outward. The lights were wired to a box with switches associate degreed to an recent lead-acid accumulator supercharged by a solar array. They were designed to flicker on and off intermittently, so tricking the lions into basic cognitive process that somebody was touring carrying a electric lamp.
And it worked. Since Turere outrigged up his "Lion Lights," his family has not lost any stock to the wild beasts, to the nice delight of his father and amazement of his neighbors.