Ambassadors

 

Daniel Oludare
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HOPE

Daniel is 15 years old and came to the UK when he was 3 years. He is aspiring to become an officer in the British Army with the Royal Engineers; and hopes to go to Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College.

Daniel has been the public face of the petition on citizenship fees hosted by Amnesty International UK:

https://www.amnesty.org.uk/actions/home-office-stop-profiteering-childrens-rights

Samson Adeola
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RESOURCEFUL

Samson is a young entrepreneur, photographer and student. He currently heads his business 1stVrs Film and Photography. He is studying Economics at City University of London, where he is a representative for his course and the African Caribbean Society.

Samson has been featured on BBC online speaking about the citizenship fee.

http://tinyurl.com/y4g83a44

Samson produced this video clip featuring other ambassadors on the importance of citizenship to children and young people.

http://tinyurl.com/y4r5lyk3

Mubarak Tiaru
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RESILIENT

 

Mubarak is a former Physics student now studying Economics and Philosophy at the University of Manchester. He was the Careers Officer at the University’s African & Caribbean Society, and has completed several internships at various investment backs, most recently at Barclays Investment Bank.

Aminat Damilola Serikiaminat

PERSEVERANCE

 

Aminat  is involved in LetusLearn as a campaigner. She is passionate about Fashion Design and is currently studying this in college. Aminat is in her final year and plans to do a degree in Fashion and Design at university. She enjoys visiting galleries and sketching.

 

 

Precious Arabambi


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PASSIONATE

 

Precious is 19 years old and came to England from Nigeria, with her mother and siblings, when she was 3 years and studying digital television production at Ravensbourne. She aspires to work in the TV industry after she graduates in 2021. She enjoys making documentaries about subjects that are interesting and important to her. She is currently part of a campaign group called LetUsLearn a trustee for PRCBC and a member of the Media Movers group.