Mr. Tchinda, a Cameroonian immigrant, poet, playwright, and dramatist, has just arrived in America, a nation that has witnessed the feminist movement, civil rights activists, and reforms. He has to stay with his one-time peer, Ms. Beatrice, who picks him up at the airport.
Mr. Tchinda becomes legendary in the media as an African American writer. He discovers how his one-time best friend, Ms. Beatrice, has been changed by the feminist culture in America. His life turns tragic when his friend, under the pressure and lust for money, wants him to marry her best friend, Ms. Asunder, who was born in America.
Instead, Mr. Tchinda falls in love with a Cameroonian immigrant, Ms. Angel. His life is rocked when Ms. Asunder uses feminist laws and her status as a native-born American to fight his engagement to Ms. Angel. On the eve of Mr. Tchinda’s wedding to Ms. Angel, Ms. Asunder threatens him with sexual harassment charges unless he has an affair with her. What happens next? Find out!
Tchinda Fabrice Mbuna was born on March 07, 1984, in Santa Akum, Mezam Subdivision, in the northwest region of Cameroon. He speaks and writes English and French. He is a traveling evangelist, poet, playwright, conference facilitator, and public speaker.
In 2002–2004, he attended Progressive Comprehensive High School Mankon-Bamenda, where he started with performing arts and poetry under the mentorship of Mr. Awah Oliver Nde.
In 2003, he was the award-winning poet at the Franco-Cameroon Alliance Mankon–Bamenda. In 2004–2005, he attended the state university of Dschang, Cameroon, where he read English Modern Letters with poetry as his specialty. In 2007, he graduated from the state university of Dschang with a BA in English Modern Letters. In 2008, he joined the GLODNAS Leadership Institute.
In 2010, he did his master’s in divinity in New York City, Manhattan. In 2017, he graduated with a second master’s degree in international relations and human resource management from American Public University, Charles Town, West Virginia.