Activist Aisha Yesufu has taken to social media to celebrate her son who just graduated from a British university.
The proud mother shared a video where she was seen dancing with her children.
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She explained how she was told that her son will not be able to go to the university, expressing how excited she feels that he is now putting smile on her face.
According to her, at the age of 14, they took him to school in England and at 22, he is a graduate.
“When you were told your son will not be able to go to university. When you had prepared your mind to him not being a graduate and God proves you wrong!
“At 14 we took him to a school in England, today at 22 he is a graduate” she said.
The activist has been in the forefront of many struggles, notably the campaign for the release of over 200 girls abducted from a secondary school in Chibok, Borno State in 2014, and the EndSARS protest against police brutality.
Yesufu was seen as one of the faces of the EndSARS protest as her picture became the icon of the struggle.