December 16, 2017

9-year-old Afghan girl elected best budding author in New Zealand

By Mirwais Adeel - Fri Feb 08 2013, 8:31 pm

9-year-old Afghan girl best school author of New ZealandA 9-year-old Afghan refugee girl’s remarkable story — “A Warrior’s Tale” has been elected as the best story among the schools of New Zealand.

The Afghan gir Qodsia Rajabi is currently living in Newzealand and her story is based on a well known athelete Jerome Ropati.

Students in New Zealand are usually participating in an educational program to reflect their knowledge and the students are writing stories on their favorite warrior.

The family of the 9-year-old Afghan girl Qodsia Rajabi left Afghanistan during the civil war and travelled to New Zealand.

She was only 2-years-old when she left Afghanistan and has no picture of Afgahnistan in her mind. Qodsia is the second Afghan girl to be internationally recongized for her Talent.

Another Afghan girl was earlier recognized for knowledge during an overall schools competition in United Kingdom and won gold medal.

Azita from Afghanistan secured the first position during a gramatical competition of English language among 12,000 participants in United Kingdom.

In the meantime the 9-year-old Afghan girl Qodsia Rajabi said she wants to be a good author in the future however her family wants her to become a doctor.

Alisha Rajabi father of Qodsia Rajabi told New Zealand media agencies that her daugher informed him of achieving first position in a competition.

Qodsia’s story has been published in New Zealand and students from the other schools are meeting her to get her autograph after her story was elected as the best tale among the New Zealand schools.

She was also invited in a program attended by famous actors and athletes, a day after her book was elected as the best story.

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