As the world ready and organized to mark “Malala Day” on Saturday to support the teenager for promoting girls’ education. Astonishingly, the 15-year-old survived and her valor and courage has won the hearts of millions around the world, prompting the UN to declare Saturday a “global day of action” for her. People all the world are expected to hold vigils and demonstrations honoring Malala and calling for the 32 million girls globally who are denied education to be allowed to go to school.
“We held a special prayer for Malala today in our school assembly and lit candles as well,” school principal told AFP.
She has stood by us and for our education so far and at the moment it is time that we should stand by her and complete, fulfill her mission for girl’s education.
Almost 100,000 people have signed an online petition calling for Malala Yousafzai to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and United Nations UN special education envoy Gordon Brown (Former UK-Prime Minister) handed a separate million-strong petition in favor of Malala to President Asif Zardari of Pakistan.