11-year-old Naomi Oloyede recently represented Nigeria in an anti-corruption Education for Justice Conference in Vienna, Austria and her address to the audience wowed the entire UN.
Naomi who is currently schooling in Abuja got qualified to represent the country after winning a debate on combating corruption Proceeding to the UNODC International Conference in Vienna, Austria, little Miss Naomi addressed the audience at the high-level conference on the effects of corruption globally.In her enlightening message, she appealed to policymakers to make society peaceful and more inclusive and she promised not to fall under peer pressure to do the wrong thing. She also highlighted the role she has to and will play as a young individual to fight corruption and let peace lead. Her address went viral after being posted in a video clip by the United Nations.
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Naomi Oloyede revealed, in an interview, that her hobbies are singing and mostly giving public addresses. More reason why we can say she delivered her address flawlessly, without fear of the audience or anxiety. See her addressing the high-level audience below:
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 and more inclusive place. #DayOfTheGirl https://t.co/cdvB97KAIj pic.twitter.com/tIu5UKQQM8
— UN News (@UN_News_Centre) October 12, 2019