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Should it to be the ultimate dream of many small children to fight, to kill in order to bring peace to their families, loved ones and country?

Aisha had lost both her legs and arms, leaving her with only her torso during her birth. This was how she was born, but her faith completely changed when she and her family were forced to flee their village in Nigeria after it was attacked by Boko Haram militants. Her family managed to escape and make their way to a nearby refugee camp, where they have been living ever since.

Despite the many challenges she faced, Aisha never lost her spirit. She was determined to make the most of her life, even without her limbs. She began reading voraciously, devouring ideas about law and justice. Aisha had always been fascinated by the idea of becoming a lawyer and fighting for justice for those who couldn't fight for themselves.

As she grew older, Aisha became more and more passionate about her dream. The heavy conflict, her physical circumstances could never be a hinder for her dreams.

Despite the difficult conditions in the refugee camp, Aisha remained focused on her goal. She worked tirelessly to improve her knowledge and skills, and she never gave up on her dream. Her resilience and determination were an inspiration to everyone around her.

Despite her disabilities and the many obstacles she faced, Aisha never gave up on her dream of becoming a lawyer. She proved that anything is possible with hard work and determination, and she will always be remembered as a true inspiration to all who knew her.

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