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Aisha Wakil: I won’t stop negotiating for Boko Haram

The Chief Executive Officer of Complete Care Foundation and Human Right Lawyer and Boko Haram mediator, Barr. Hajiya Aisha Wakil a.k.a Mama Boko Haram, has said she will not stop negotiating for peace with the Boko Haram insurgents in the bush.

Aisha Wakil: Boko Haram will surrender

Human rights lawyer and mediator, Hajiya Aisha Wakil (known popularly as ‘Mama Boko Haram’) has said the Islamist insurgents will someday surrender their arms and return home.

Aisha Wakil: Women use sand, ashes in place of sanitary pad

Boko Haram insurgency has made sanitary pad unavailable to many women in troubled Borno State, the Founder of Complete Care and Aid Foundation, Hajiya Aisha Wakil, has lamented.

Aisha Wakil: Leah Sharibu will be released soon

The founder of Complete Care and Aid Foundation, Mrs. Aisha Wakil, popularly known as Mama Boko Haram, has assured that Leah Sharibu will soon be released.

Mama Boko Haram hails release of Dapchi schoolgirls

A human right activist, Mrs Aisha Wakil, on Wednesday expressed joy over the release of the Dapchi school girls from Boko Haram captivity.

Aisha Wakil donates food items to 200 IDPs in Maiduguri

Mrs Aisha Wakil, popularly known as “Mama Boko Haram” on Sunday, donated assorted food items to 200 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), affected by Boko Haram insurgency in Maiduguri.

Mama Boko Haram: What federal govt must do to calm insurgents

Human rights activist, Mrs. Aisha Wakil, popularly called Mama Boko Haram,​ has advised the Federal Government to engage those who can talk to the insurgents so as to get them to stop their attacks.​
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Video: Boko Haram contacted me over Dapchi schoolgirls – Aisha Wakil

As the Nigerian government extended to neighbouring countries, the search for the 110 schoolgirls abducted last week in Dapchi, Yobe State, a human rights activist, Mrs Aisha Wakil, claimed a Boko Haram faction had contacted her to confirm it has the girls.

Dapchi schoolgirls: Boko Haram faction contacts Aisha Wakil

As the Nigerian government extended to neighbouring countries, the search for the 110 schoolgirls abducted last week in Dapchi, Yobe State, a human rights activist, Mrs Aisha Wakil, claimed a Boko Haram faction had contacted her to confirm it has the girls.

Mama Boko Haram begs Abu Al-Barnawi to release Dapchi schoolgirls

With a strong conviction that the Abu Musab Al-Barnawi-led faction of Boko Haram might be responsible for the abduction of Dapchi School Girls, a respected North East human rights activist, popularly called Mama Boko Haram, Aisha Alkali Wakil, has appealed to the abductors to release the young female captives.

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