Christine Nhamo was born on 25 January 1997 in Harare and grew up in Karoi Zimbabwe. She is the daughter of Glandina Nhamo and her father passed away when she was 13 years old. Her intelligence, determination and focus made her pass with flying colors throughout her High School years (2012-2015) at Mutendi High School, Masvingo, Zimbabwe.
Christine Nhamo did her ‘A’ Levels at Mutendi High School in Masvingo Zimbabwe in year 2015. Upon her completion, she started pursuing her dream carrier in jurisprudence. She was very much determined to bring justice to her society that she started writing poems and articles that uphold equality and justice. Her undeniable desire in Law made her enroll in the Faculty of International Law at Lobachevsky University in Nizhny Novgorod Russia in 2016. Christine Nhamo graduated from a Russian Language course in 2017. She is going to graduate with an International Law degree in year 2021.
At the age of 21, Christine Nhamo earned her first title as an author when she published her first motivational book series. Her childhood dream to inspire a lot of people had already started to materialize. She did not stop there, she then went on to publish her first anthology of poetry called, ‘A Handful of Tears’, which was reviewed in Newspapers and magazines including, The Herald, The Southern Times and the Majikville Magazine. She co-authored on two poetry anthologies, An Enslaved Princess and One Poem. Adding to her collection, Christine Nhamo wrote other motivational books including, ‘Pills of Wisdom’ and ‘Chase your Dream’.
Christine Nhamo wrote a lot of articles on Human Rights paying a closer look on women’s rights in Zimbabwe. Her enthusiasm and interests in media made her start her own TV Shows, team members included Ephraim Nyaganga
Christine Nhamo on twitter.
- "A handful of Tears". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- "Women Abuse,The Untold Stories". iHarare News. 2019-04-04. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- K, Paul; imire. "Christine Nhamo: Human rights violations in Zimbabwe during the shutdown". The Harare Times. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- "Do you really need a friend?". www.amazon.ca. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- "Never give up". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- Herald, The. "Nhamo's poetry anthology inspiring". The Herald. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- "Christine Nhamo's poetry - a cry for humanity || The Southern Times". maxebooking.com. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- "Pills of wisdom". www.amazon.ca. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
- "Zim Talks Tv". Zim Talks Tv. Retrieved 2019-08-24.
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