Agatha Moudio's son
Mbenda, a young fisherman is in love with a modern young woman from a neighboring village. By tradition, a man marries the woman his father choses for him. Mbenda decides to marry both, which is allowable in his village, but that means his modern wife and his traditional wife must live together, and Mbenda will be in the middle.
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