Mansoor Ladha’s story strikes chord with immigrant community

Mansoor Ladha's story strikes chord with immigrant community
(left) VIP Line-up – Mansoor Ladha (center) pictured with the MLA for Chestermere-Rocky View, Leela Aheer and the first Ismaili MLA in Alberta, former MLA Shiraz Shariff

Award-winning journalist Mansoor Ladha’s latest book, Memoirs of a Muhindi: Fleeing East Africa for the West,drew a standing-room only crowd of friends, book enthusiasts, and well-wishers in Vancouver.

Memoirs of a Muhindi tells the story of Ladha’s upbringing in, and later exile from, his birthplace in East Africa.

More at the source: University of Regina Press / December 07, 2017


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