11-year-old Naomi Oloyode got a standing avation while representing Nigeria at “The Education for Justice (E4J) Initiative, High-Level Conference on Corruption,” in Vienna, Austria.
Naomi Oloyede is a JSS2 student 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.
The 11-year-old travelled to Vienna, Austria in October 2019 to take part in the International Conference “Educating for the Rule Of Law” held under the Education for Justice initiative of UNODC’s Doha Declaration Global Programme.
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
— UNODC's Doha Declaration Global Programme (@DohaDeclaration) October 10, 2019