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The country’s high court ruled sections 13 and 17 – which allowed girls as young as 15 to marry – unconstitutional. In Gambia, where around 30 per cent of girls are married underage, President Yahya Jammeh announced on Wednesday (Jul 6): "As from today, child marriage below 18 years is illegal in the Gambia…If you want to know whether what I am saying is true or not, try it tomorrow and see." Out of the 20 top most affected countries in the world, 14 are in Africa, with Niger having the highest child marriage prevalence of women married before reaching 18 years old.

Tanya Barron, chief executive of children’s charity Plan UK, told The Voice: “Child marriage is a pernicious practice which denies millions of girls their futures.

Yup, the Tanzanian duo which comprises of Aika and Nahreel have been together for eight years!

The two met in India while pursuing their undergraduate degrees; Aika was focusing on Business Administration while Nahreel was pursuing Computer Science.

In 2014, the Upper Midwest took our first ever summer mission to Tanzania, Africa!

This venture is a joint partnership with Cru on college campuses and the High School Ministry, and is open to both high school and college students.

Although Djiboutian law establishes that parties to a marriage should be 18 or over, there is an exemption in cases where minors may marry with the consent of their guardians.

Aika and Nahreel in an exclusive interview with SDE opened up about their personal life and how they deal with the celebrity life as a couple.

“We went into the industry as a couple so we have not let anything influence the love and respect we have for each other.

In Tanzania, where the rate of child marriage is around 37 per cent - one of the highest in the world - the move represents a “critical step forward” according to Human Rights Watch.

Women’s advocacy group Msichana Initiative lodged a legal case against the Tanzania Law of Marriage Act earlier this year, The Independent reported.

The two former British colonies made the decision to pass the legislation following lobbying by civil society groups.


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