See The Only Woman Who Can Kill Boko Haram Leader In Nigeria

The North-Eastern region of , which for about 11 years has been the scene of war between the forces of evil (the terrorists of ) and good (the security agencies and the poor masses) has no doubt seen heroes who stood to challenge insurgents.
A queen by all standards, called Sarauniya (Queen) Amina Bakari Gombi, a wife, mother, hunter, fighter, and tailor, lives in the Adamawa state ravaged by Boko Haram, considered the third most dangerous terrorist group on earth after Al Qaeda and the Islamic State of West Africa Provinces.
She joined the folklore of the locals because of her exploits as a warrior, much like the legendary Queen Amina of Zazzau, the Hausa warrior queen who ruled in the mid-16th century.
Perhaps one can honestly say that Queen Amina, Queen Hunter and the nemesis of the Boko Haram warriors, came alive in Aisha Gombi.
Aisha stood to be counted at a time when many, including men, fled away from terrorists who raided towns, maimed, killed, raped, and abducted men, women, and children, and razed villages.
She decided to use her hunting skills, the gift God gave her, to protect her people, to rescue the captured, particularly women and children, from the enclaves of Boko Haram. Aisha is among the many Nigerian Army hunters enlisted to track and catch Boko Haram fighters.
The stunning, courageous, bold, and dauntless Aisha speaks in an interaction session with Nigerian , Vanguard revealed issues on several topics, including why she joined the war against Boko Haram and amnesty for the insurgents, noting that her driving force is liberation for her citizens and for Nigerians in general.

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