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#BringBackOurGirls

Activist Joins Campaign - 15 May 2014
Activist Aisha Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said.
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Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, prays in her home in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally...
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Activist Aisha Yesufu prays in her home in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, prays in her home in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu (C), 40, shouts slogans as she holds placards with fellow protesters in Abuja May...
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Activist Yesufu shouts slogans as she holds placards with fellow protesters in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu (C), 40, shouts slogans as she holds placards with fellow protesters in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu (R), 40, hugs a friend after dropping her daughter off at school in Abuja May 13,...
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Activist Yesufu hugs a friend after dropping her daughter off at school in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu (R), 40, hugs a friend after dropping her daughter off at school in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Aliya, 12, waves goodbye to her mother, activist Aisha Yesufu (not pictured), 40, after being dropped...
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Aliya waves to her mother, activist Yesufu, after being dropped off at her school in Abuja
Aliya, 12, waves goodbye to her mother, activist Aisha Yesufu (not pictured), 40, after being dropped off at her school in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, poses for a picture in her home in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman...
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Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, poses for a picture in her home in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, poses for a picture in her home in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu (R), 40, walks to her car with her sister after attending a protest in Abuja May...
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Activist Yesufu walks to her car with her sister after a protest in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu (R), 40, walks to her car with her sister after attending a protest in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, works out with her personal trainer at a gym in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu,...
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Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, poses for a picture in her home in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, works out with her personal trainer at a gym in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu (L), 40, poses with her daughter Aliya, 12, after picking her up from school in...
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Activist Yesufu poses with her daughter after picking her up from school in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu (L), 40, poses with her daughter Aliya, 12, after picking her up from school in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, takes a business call during lunch at her home in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu,...
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Activist Yesufu takes a business call at her home in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, takes a business call during lunch at her home in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, drives her daughter to school in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman...
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Activist Yesufu drives her daughter to school in Abuja
Activist Aisha Yesufu, 40, drives her daughter to school in Abuja May 13, 2014. Yesufu, a businesswoman who is originally from Kano and has two children, has joined daily protests calling for the release of secondary school girls abducted from the remote village of Chibok. "I see myself as a Chibok girl 23 years ago in Kano. I grew up poor and when you grow up poor in this part of the world you are defenseless," she said. REUTERS/Joe Penney
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