Young Naomi Oloyede, a JS2 student from Nigeria got a standing ovation while representing Nigeria at “The Education for Justice (E4J) Initiative, High-Level Conference on Corruption,” in Vienna, Austria.
She is only but an 11-year-old, who was made an ambassador of the Economic And Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) at the inauguration of integrity club at The Battle Axe Academy, Lugbe, Abuja.
At the High-Level opening, Naomi Oloyede addressed over 350 leaders, policymakers and educators gathered from across the world and, on behalf of all children, urged them to make the world a better, safer and more inclusive place.
“We want to grow up in a place where there is peace and where the rule of law is respected,” she said.
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Every child should grow up in a safe and just world!🕊️
11-year-old Naomi Oloyede from Nigeria 🇳🇬 addressed this week's High-Level #Education4Justice Conference and urged us all to #Act4RuleOfLaw and make the 🌏 a better, safer and more inclusive place.#DayOfTheGirl pic.twitter.com/acXIWeCixJ
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