one of the lucky ones
Nada’s story goes back to when she was only two years old. At that time, her uncle, who lives alone with his mother, had expressed to her parents his wish to adopt her in which they agreed. And so Nada lived with her uncle in the capital city, Sanaa, and didn’t hear from her real family until about a month ago when they asked to see her.
"Nada heard rumors from others that her parents were going to get her married. She never heard it from her father or mother and she built her claims on this," said Ahmed Al-Qershi, President of Siyaj.
It appears that the media were too blindsided by Nada's frank and open demeanor to ever question her motives, her allegations and basic facts.
While child marriage remains an issue to be debated Nada' story should not and cannot be in any way, shape or form be associated to other cases of abuse or forces marriages as her tale carries no true substance.
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