Aisha Wakil knew relatively a few Boko Haram’s opponents as youngsters. Now she uses these ties to dealer peace offers, mediate hostage negotiations and persuade militants to connect down their weapons – but because the violence escalates, her job is changing into inconceivable. By Chika Oduah
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