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Tate Kulu’s Tales

Omazimo in association with BKDS MSS has revived Tate Kulu’s Tales, a Omazimo brand which was created in 2011. Tate Kulu’s Tales focuses on shorter stories which teach a lesson.

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Nduka and Kanzingona – A Dream is Born part 2

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Season 1, E2 

 Kanzingona emerged from the water at that exact moment her eyes met with Nduka. The connection found between them was overwhelmingly thrilling. It was as if they were transported from this world into one in which nothing matter expect the person that stood…

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Prologue

During, 100 A.D. the Bantu began to migrate from West Africa to the middle and Southern Africa. Their numbers had increased so much that there was not enough food and land to feed their families, grow their crops and build their houses. The young men decided to set off for greener pastures. Amongst them was Nduva, a very vivacious young man. He had just married a beautiful young lady by the name Naambo. They were both from different tribes. Their families on both sides did not want them to get married, but they did any way. Their story is not going to be told now. There better things to discuss, the story of Nduka and Kanzingona.
What does it take to love in an African bond community? Does love really exist in Africa? Well, these are just about the same questions faced by Nduka and Kanzingona. For them it was love at first sight. They had a lot in common; they were both from noble families, they both had terrible war experiences, but there was one thing that over ruled all! They were both from
different families. In fact, families that bitterly hated each other for centauries now.

If, they really loved each other and that is, If?! They would have to overcome witch craft, cruelty, war, hostility, lies, uncountable battles both physical and spiritual, and last but not lest, even Death itself.

Now, it is up to Nduka and Kanzingona to fight tradition and the ways of their people; to prove their love for one another. Will they survive the harsh cruel magic of the Great He-She? Or will they give up and suffer the internal bondage to marry someone whom they don’t love? Or will they overcome and live happily ever after?

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