MEET THE YOUNG NIGERIAN ACTIVIST TAKING ACTIONS FOR CHANGE IN HER COMMUNITY.
Meet 18 years old Khairatul Saidu from Nigeria. Khairatul Saidu is one among the very few youths who have learned to take actions from their previous experience; after experiencing having both parents as prisoners at a very tender age, the Young African Champion has never stop believing in the power of Justice. At the age of 12, she started as an armchair activist by preaching peace and advocating for the right of the unjustly held prisoners. This has lead her to became members and youth ambassadors of many peace and youth-led initiative. The Young girl has learn how to host and speak at conferences, these includes the World Merit Day Summit and The Young African Leaders Initiative Confrence on human rights with reference to the United Nation SDGs.
The Young Nigerian Activist has won several prizes for her devotion to advocate for the rights of the unjustly held prisoners; these include The Princes Diana International Award for Advocacy, YALI Africa4her Champion, The Public Peace Prize and Many Others.
Khairatul Saidu is a role model for many youths who are looking forward to championing the many global challenge related to the Human Rights.
We wish her the very best in her untiring efforts to make peace happened.