Corinna, a Swiss girl, was vacationing in Kenya with her boyfriend many years ago. While she was there, in another nation, she met a Maasai warrior who won her heart and forever changed the course of her life.
At the age of 27, she was living a successful life, she had a personal life, and her wedding was drawing near. Additionally, she had a store that sold fashionable goods.
But despite the fact that she made more money than the groom, Corinna was in a deep state of depression due to the circumstances of her life.
And a meeting with a guy who was utterly different from the other men she knew gave her a great deal of pleasure: “This Maasai has successfully taken control of my mind. I was unable to eat.”
The Maasai people are Kenya’s most primitive inhabitants, and the country’s administration has a difficult time dealing with them because of this.
Corinne, however, did not care and she did not pay attention when people laughed at her in Nairobi or the white hotel. She also did not pay attention when the female workers at the visa extension department twisted at her temple.
Her newly appointed chosen one was accompanied by nothing but a loincloth and a pair of goats, and he made his home in a shack that was covered with cow dung.
And then it doesn’t get any easier; you get malaria, you get pregnant, you start working in your own grocery shop, and you become disappointed.
Due to the marked contradiction in thinking between the two, Lketingi grew very envious of his wife, while Corinna came to a pivotal conclusion about her future by deciding to abscond with her daughter and go live in Switzerland.
She tricked her husband, wrote many letters to her family and friends, and then boarded a plane to leave the country.
Before her daughter Napirai became an adult, she was terrified to go to the country because Lketinga may prevent her daughter from going back there. She didn’t go back until 14 years later, when Napirai had reached that age.
Her former African spouse had a difficult time surviving her escape; he was kicked out of the warriors, and he started using a lot of alcohol as a coping mechanism.
At this time, Corinna has relocated to Switzerland, where she continues to paint.
And Lketinga, who has been around for a very long time, already has another family and a number of children.
In the picture, he seems to be feeling rather down. His society does not approve of divorces, and the fact that his wife ran away has harmed his standing among his peers.
Corinna Hofmann chose to convey the story of her life in Africa and the years that followed by penning an autobiographical book titled “The White Maasai.”
However, Corinne is no longer alone herself. She has been using her official social media profile to share pictures of herself on vacation with a younger guy for a considerable amount of time.