Malala Yousafzai, popularly known as one of the most talked about education activists, and recently conferred Nobel Award has announced her marriage.
Her social handler Twitter made it known to the world. On Tuesday, she posted the celebration of her and that of her husband’s family. Malala wrote, “Today is a precious day in my life. Asr and I tied the knot to be a lifelong partner. We had a small nikah ceremony with our families at home in Birmingham. Please. Send us your prayers. We look forward to walking together for the journey ahead.”
It is important to know that Yousafzai was born in Pakistan. Malala Yousafzai, an advocate of girls’ education in Pakistan, was assailed by Taliban terrorists way back in 2012 while coming back home from school in the Swat Valley of Pakistan. At that time, he was just 15 years’ old.
After she sustained injury, she rushed to Birmingham (England) for further treatment. That she is resilient in her mission can be very well understood from the fact that after getting badly injured, she not only back to school, but also relentlessly pursued her mission of Girl Education. In June, 2020, she graduated from Oxford.
Her Twitter account got inundated with goodwill gestures. Malala’s father Ziauddin Yousafzai also confirmed the marriage on the social media handler. Importantly, Malala has got the distinction of being few of those who get quick response on social media.