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Aisha Yesufu

9 Oct
The National Youth Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dayo Israel and rights activist, Aisha Yesufu, have been billed to speak at the 7th edition of the Nigerian Symposium for Young and Emerging Leaders scheduled to hold on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, in Lagos.
2 Nov 2021
Human rights activist Aisha Yesufu has said that religious leaders in Nigeria are worse than those in governance, adding that they benefit from bad governance. She also said the situation helps religious leaders “sell cheap miracles and power points”. Yesufu said this in response to a post by William Folorunsho Kumuyi, the founder and General…
8 Mar 2021
Women have called for an equitable society devoid of discrimination to enable them thrive.
4 Mar 2021
Kinesics is a field in the communication firmament that specialises in “body language.” Body language involves the use of eye contact, hand gesture
4 Feb 2021
Olusola Owonikoko, Aisha Yesufu and eight others have been awarded for devoting time and energy to improve the lives of others by becoming beacons of light within their communities. The 10 awardees were recognized for demonstrating Dr. King’s spirit and legacy through their dedication and contributions in Africa during the maiden edition of the virtual…
28 Nov 2020
Two things that aren’t supposed to go together: bread and noodles. But if you do summon courage and with that audacity venture into the unknown, you are likely to find taste buds surprised.
26 Oct 2020
The #EndSARS protesters are set to elect their leaders across the country, just few days after President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech, which has been widely censured for its content.
14 Oct 2020
Nigerian activist Aisha Yesufu has urged youths not to get distracted in their protest against police brutality in the country. "Please don't get distracted over this issue of who is this - eyes on the goal - forget the distraction," Yesufu said in a video on Wednesday. "There is nothing to go into fighting mood…
12 Oct 2020
It was a victory for social media and its users yesterday as the Nigeria Police Force buckled under the pressure of days of sustained #EndSARS trend, campaign and protests.
11 Oct 2020
As waves of #EndSARS protests against police brutality sweep across the nation, local and international bodies and celebrities alike have continued to raise awareness for the movement. U.S based social movement, Black Lives Matter yesterday raised it voice in support of the #EndSARS protest. Quoting a Twitter clip of Aisha Yesufu, the official handle for…
6 Oct 2019
The recent abduction of six students and two employees of Engravers College in Kaduna, on October 3, 2019, has been described...
25 Aug 2019
The third sentence in her Twitter bio is direct and unambiguous - You would either love me or hate me and either one is perfectly okay! Often maligned for her stance on national issues in Nigeria by pro-government voices, she is not a run-off-the-mill activist. Her penchant for naming names has earned her truckloads of…

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