- 11-year-old Naomi Oloyede has made her country proud by representing Nigeria in Education for Justice Conference in Vienna, Austria
- UN News recently shared a post on Twitter, in which Oloyede addressed the audience at the high-level conference
- Oloyede who is a student of a school in Abuja, qualified to represent the country after winning a debate on combating corruption
Brilliant 11-year-old Nigerian girl, Naomi Oloyede, has planted her name in the soil of history after recently representing Nigeria at the Education for Justice Conference in Vienna, Austria.
The moment in which she addressed the audience at the high-level conference was shared on Twitter by UN News. In the clip, Oloyede can be seen addressing policy makers on the effects of corruption globally.
The brilliant girl also highlighted the role she will play as a young individual to fight corruption and let peace lead. In her enlightening message, she appealed to policy makers to make society peaceful and more inclusive and she promised not to fall under peer pressure to do the wrong thing.
Oloyede stated that corruption and wrong practices have been the order of the day but it is still redeemable if we can all join hands together to fight the menace.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about 15-year-old Adom Appiah who not only boasts of the title of author but is also the founder of Ball4Good, a nonprofit organisation supporting communities through sports.
The teenager recently won a young hero award and a cash prize of N3.6 million to support the activities of his organisation which he began when he was 12.
His organisation began as a 7th grade project, which Appiah thought to bring together local and celebrity athletes to play ball and in essence, raise money for local communities.
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