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Answers to 5 FAQs about the Nigerian youth helpdesk platform

Last week, Ayodele Olawande, minister of state for youth, announced the launch of a helpdesk for Nigerian youth to escalate and resolve issues between young people and the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).

Nigeria Youth Help Desk
Nigeria Youth Help Desk

Last week, Ayodele Olawande, minister of state for youth development, announced the launch of a helpdesk for Nigerian youth to escalate and resolve issues between young people and the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).

The mission of the platform is to give Nigerian youths the platform to report any violation of their rights.

“As promised, my office, in collaboration with the Nigerian Police has successfully initiated the Nigerian Youth helpdesk as a measure to receive, process, and escalate concerns from Nigerian Youths, and also improve the relationship between them and the Police,” he wrote on X during the launch.

“My office will work with stakeholders in all 36 states, including the FCT, to ensure the help desk is effective and efficient across the country.

“All youth, especially those who will be utilizing the platform, are, however, advised to engage responsibly and to report only concerns that are credible and worthy of attention.

Below, DailyAgent has according to the platform, provided answers to the most five frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the NigerianYouth HelpDesk platform 

What is the NigerianYouth HelpDesk?

The Nigerian Youth Help Desk is a platform designed to provide support, and a platform for the Nigerian youth to voice their concerns regarding violation of their rights, especially with the Nigerian Police and other law enforcement agencies.

Who can use the NigerianYouth HelpDesk Help?

The Nigerian Youth Help Desk is open to all Nigerian Youths across the 36 States and all Local Government Areas, seeking information, assistance, or to report any violation of their rights.

How do I submit a complaint?

You can submit a complaint easily:

● Via this platform by clicking on any of the “reach out” buttons

  • ● Call us directly from any line or any network by clicking any of the numbers +2349123740212 or +2349067180529
  • ● Send us an email at
  • ● Follow us on Social Media 

What types of complaints can I submit?

You can submit complaints related to various issues faced by young Nigerians, such as education, employment, safety, or social justice with a special focus on the violation of their rights by law enforcement agencies

Can I access the NigerianYouth HelpDesk from my phone?

Yes! The Nigerian Youth Helpdesk can be accessed directly from any phone at any time

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