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Different But Right

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Simi Tendai, an African girl, and William Clifield, a European young man, from different origins with distinct cultures, meet and fall in love. Simi’s father, Mzee Tendai, and William’s mother, Mrs Clifield, abhor the relationship and are determined to separate them. Will their love triumph or succumb to their parents’ opposition? The answer is in the book.

Sophia Melchior Karega (above) was born on October 25, 1996, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She had her primary education at Kibeta English Medium Primary School from 2002 to 2009 and secondary education at Kaizirege Secondary School from 2010 to 2013. The following year she joined Loyola High School where she completed Form Six education in 2016. She is now a holder of a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from the Moshi Co-operative University.

Her hobbies include reading books and internet surfing. But, if there is anything she loves most, it is her passion for love. And it is this passion that urges her to depict characters that love is endlessly.

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Simi Tendai, an African girl, and William Clifield, a European young man, from different origins with distinct cultures, meet and fall in love. Simi’s father, Mzee Tendai, and William’s mother, Mrs Clifield, abhor the relationship and are determined to separate them. Will their love triumph or succumb to their parents’ opposition? The answer is in the book.

Sophia Melchior Karega (above) was born on October 25, 1996, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She had her primary education at Kibeta English Medium Primary School from 2002 to 2009 and secondary education at Kaizirege Secondary School from 2010 to 2013. The following year she joined Loyola High School where she completed Form Six education in 2016. She is now a holder of a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from the Moshi Co-operative University.

Her hobbies include reading books and internet surfing. But, if there is anything she loves most, it is her passion for love. And it is this passion that urges her to depict characters that love is endlessly.

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