Hajara, a young lady who was wrongly identified as Raminatu has debunked reports making the rounds that she is the 14-year-old girl who was married off to a 42-year-old man in an Islamic traditional marriage.
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The young lady also refuted reports that her husband's name is Alhaji Faruk, adding that her husband is not 42 years old.
In a message to YEN.com.gh, Hajara disclosed that her husband is schooling in a university in Jordan.
Read her full message below.
''I am the lady you posted today with a false identity. I'm not Raminatu, I'm called Hajara. I completed Islamic Senior High School 2019 and a student at the University of Education, Winneba.
''I got married last two month and I'm over 20 years old. My husband is not called Alhaji Faruk. My husband is not 42. He is young, handsome and responsible. He is also schooling at Wise University in Jordan.''
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Hajia Maame, the mother of a 10-year-old boy who was gruesomely killed by two teenagers for rituals in Kasoa in the Central Region, has recounted how she got to know about her son's murder.
The bereaved mother disclosed that the elder sister of slain 10-year-old Ishmael came to break the heart-rending news to her.
Speaking in an interview, Hajia Maame told Citi News amid tears that she was shocked by her son's demise.
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