Earlier this week, Naomi Oloyede, an 11-year-old young anti-corruption champion addressed the High-Level #Education4Justice conference in Vienna.
Naomi Oloyede a JSS2 student who was also made an ambassador of the Economic And Financial Crimes Commission at the inauguration of integrity club at The Battle Axe Academy Lugbe describes her feat as an advancement toward national development.
“I want to thank God for this opportunity. I want to thank my parents, teachers and school authority, for their good supports given to me, which assisted me to qualify for this event.
“The event is organised by the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
“The speech I gave attracted a standing ovation from everybody there. I was proud of myself and my country, Nigeria, which I represented.
“I said the future of the children and the youth are in the hands of policy makers. I added that the youth ought to join hands together to make the world a better place to stay in the future, “ she said.
She is using her voice to urge policymakers to join together to make the country better, more inclusive & corruption-free.