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SHE comes from Mutare. Her name is Anesu Hokoyo. Be­low is her pro­file:

My name is Anesu Hokoyo. I’m a 21-year-old sec­ond year stu­dent at Africa Univer­sity study­ing Pub­lic Ad­min­is­tra­tion.

I stay in Mu­rambi in Mutare and en­joy telling sto­ries that al­ways leave peo­ple tongue tied and ex­hil­a­rated. I en­joy trav­el­ling with fam­ily and go­ing for ran­dom camps in dif­fer­ent places around the world. This is be­cause I love meet­ing new peo­ple and mak­ing them feel com­fort­able.

It won’t be a fu­ture for me with­out watch­ing news as I’m re­ally in­ter­ested in In­ter­na­tional Re­la­tions as my coun­try’s re­la­tions with other na­tions in­ter­est me the most.

De­spite my present de­gree, I’m go­ing to be a bril­liant, in­flu­en­tial po­lit­i­cal lawyer in the next seven years. As an elo­quent, charis­matic smart fu­ture lawyer, my na­tion Zim­babwe is por­trayed neg­a­tively by the world, some­thing I hope to change by telling the real Zim­bab­wean story as the coun­try is try­ing to pen­e­trate new mar­kets as well as im­prove its re­la­tions with the rest of the world. I’m def­i­nitely go­ing to leave a legacy.

Watch­ing car­toons, go­ing to the gym and swim­ming reg­u­larly keeps me at peace. Most of the time, I’m oc­cu­pied with school work, clubs and ac­tiv­i­ties at school. I’m like a book and with ev­ery page, one will be ea­ger to know why the book has no end, so I will end here.

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