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Tragedy in Himarë/ Jonada's relative speaks and tells about the little girl's family: When he was in great trouble, the prime minister called me. Her parents…
Written by SOT.COM.AL 10 Gusht 2022
Activist Ilirjana Kuçana, a relative of the family involved in the Himara tragedy where 7-year-old Jonada Avdia lost her life.
She told News24 what the little girl's family is going through.
"This is a topic that I have chosen to talk about before because it is not pleasant especially when you are in the family. for our family, the pain is very fresh and present.
Blendi left Albania at the age of 17, he came every summer for holidays out of love and longing for his homeland and family.
The same thing happened this summer, it was the second day of vacation when the tragedy happened.
It is an event that was forewarned, it is painful to have the child in your hand and to be taken from your hand. I also speak as a mother, it is inexplicable.
In this particular case, Jonada does not return, but we ask that responsibility be held for him and the other Jonadas of Albania.
Her parents are admirable for the strength they have found to take care of the boy, beyond the pain of losing his eyesight, the pain is indescribable. Jonada was not like all the other children. She was an angel and I'm sure she will take good care of her parents and brother. The support of all Albanians has eased their pain. They are not alone," she said.
According to her, everything is political because someone has to bear responsibility but non-partisan.
"In a normal country, the minister would have resigned and not been dismissed", she said.
She also touched on the part when in the last protest organized in front of the Ministry of Interior, where she called Prime Minister Edi Rama live.
"When the prime minister had a big problem with the students in 2018, he called me. I also had the number there. I got her to open the phone and answer thinking like a parent", she said.
Ajho added that the police were not serious with their attitudes, initially accusing the author of manslaughter.