Malala speaks at Commonwealth Video games’ opening ceremony

Pakistani activist for feminine training and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai, speaks in the course of the opening ceremony for the Commonwealth Video games, at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, central England, on July 28, 2022. — AFP

BIRMINGHAM: Nobel Prize laureate and activist Malala Yousafzai on Friday spoke on the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Video games.

Whereas representing Pakistan on the ceremony, she highlighted the significance of ladies’ training in Pakistan.

Malala took to her Instagram to share the video of her speech through which she emphasised on the significance of ladies’ training.

“Each youngster deserves the prospect to succeed in her full potential and pursue her wildest desires,” she wrote.

In her video’s caption, Malala additionally wrote, “Final night time I had the honour to rejoice Birmingham, UK on the #CommonwealthGames opening ceremony.”

She additionally wished “good luck” to all of the collaborating athletes.

Birmingham 2022 additionally shared Malala’s deal with on their official Twitter deal with terming it as a “very particular and poignant deal with.”

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