Boko Haram 6 years old Terrorist Victim Regains Use of Legs after 4 years

December 05, 2017 No Comment
6 years old boy who was crippled and conformed to a wheel chair by the Boko Haram insurgency  team four years ago and  was wheeled onto the plane three months ago, disembarked from an Ethiopian Airline plane at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, at 12:22 p.m.,without assistance. On returning to Nigeria,  he met the warm embrace of a tumultuous crowd at the airport.

Overwhelmed with joy, Ali thrilled the crowd with brisk walks at the Abuja airport. The uncontrollable the crowds trooped out to catch a glimpse of the boy.
He arrived in the country with his aunt, Hannatu Madu; the Coordinator of Global Initiative for Peace, Love and Care (GIPLC), Nuhu Kwajafa and representatives of the Dickens Sanomi Foundation.
While in the heat of the moment, the Taleveras Foundation, announced a scholarship, up to the university level, for him.


The Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dickens Sanomi Foundation, who is also the Chairman of Taleveras, Mr. Igho Sanomi, said: “About three months ago, we all witnessed, at the same airport, Ali Ahmadu being taken away on a wheelchair, today to the Glory of God we are here to receive Ali Ahmadu, walking handsomely into our arms.

“What started as a painful journey for Little Ali, after the Boko Haram attack in Chibok four years ago that confined him to a wheelchair, has transformed into a journey of hope, love and care.
Ali who was asked by journalists about his ambition, said in Hausa, “I am fine, I want to be a policeman, I want to save people from harm.”

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