Posts Tagged ‘Aisha Yesufu’

“Heard I’m Being Cursed In Mosques” — Activist @AishaYesufu

Activist, Aisha Yesufu, says it has been told that people now rain curses on her at mosques. In a tweet via her verified Twitter handle, Yesufu, however, asked those cursing her why they had not done so when she was protesting against the administration of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan. “I heard I am being cursed in […]

I called for the Sack of the IG at Meeting on #EndSARS, Aisha Yesufu Tells Nigerians

Human Rights activist, Aisha Yesufu Wednesday informed the Nigerian public that she had called for the sack of the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu during a meeting of stakeholders in the ongoing protests against Police brutality. Yesufu, in a brief tweet informed that she had also questioned the apparent absence of Commissioners of Police […]

Video: “I will Deal With You On This Street” —Aisha Yesufu Drags El-Ruffai

Sometime ago, in an interview, Aisha said “I have a big mouth” and She is sure living up to her claims. Aisha Yesufu is an activist and a co-convener of the bring back our girls group.  There has been a consistent feud between Aisha Yesufu and El-Rufai, who is the Governor of  Kaduna state, former FCT […]

BBOG: Vultures Must Hover

By: Philip Agbese Whatever stuff the Convener of Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group, Aisha Yesufu takes must have either become cheaper or more concentrated given her erratic postulations on critical national issues. For the purpose of not placing her already over bloated sense of personal importance on steroids her other misfires in recent times […]

Open Letter To The Acting President By Aisha Yesufu

Dear Acting President @ProfOsinbajo I am a Nigerian business owner indebted to a Chinese company due to bad policies by Nigerian government, corruption, stubbornness of the Chinese company and my mistakes. During your campaign in 2015 you had a common sense revolution townhall meeting at Transcorp Hilton Abuja. I was there and asked you a […]

Buhari Upsets #BBOG Members and Parents of Chibok Girls

A spokeswoman for the Bring Back Our Girls movement in Nigeria has again said it is the duty of the Nigerian government to rescue the Chibok girls from Boko Haram captivity, regardless which political party is in power. Aisha Yesufu said liberating the girls is not a privilege but a constitutional right that the Nigerian […]