Malala Yousafzai celebrated her 23rd birthday over the weekend and 12 of July was also celebrated as Malala Day on Twitter.
World’s youngest Nobel prize laureate took to social media sharing a look at her birthday celebrations. She also thanked people for sending her B-day wishes.
In a twitter post, Malala wrote, ” Chapter 23! Ready for a quarter-life crisis. Thank you so much to everyone for all the good wishes”.
Chapter 23! Ready for a quarter-life crisis 🥳 Thank you so much to everyone for all the good wishes pic.twitter.com/kkEqPr3wTC— Malala (@Malala) July 12, 2020
The social media timeline was full of birthday wishes for Malala from all over the world.
Happy Birthday, Malala.— Kamila Shamsie (@kamilashamsie) July 12, 2020
You inspire girls and women all over the world ❤️— Zab Mustefa (@ZabMustefa) July 12, 2020
Many people and organizations from around the world turned to Twitter to pay homage to Malala and her work on her big day, as the microblogging site celebrated her birthday as Malala Day.
Wishing a wonderful birthday to @Malala! As we celebrate #MalalaDay, let’s not simply be in awe of her accomplishments. Let’s join her inspiring work for education and do our part to support the extraordinary talents and potential of girls around the world. pic.twitter.com/fB64F1oNHN— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) July 12, 2020
This #MalalaDay, let’s celebrate her triumph over adversity and relentless drive to put girls' education on the global agenda, inspiring millions around the world.— Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) (@MayorofLondon) July 12, 2020
Happy birthday @Malala! pic.twitter.com/wxSzc2hBiD
Happy birthday @Malala 🥳 may you continue shining and shattering glass ceilings 💜🎂— Bakhtawar B-Zardari (@BakhtawarBZ) July 12, 2020
On #MalalaDay, we’re celebrating @Malala's extraordinary courage and leadership for girls’ education around the world. Her determination to help create a world where every girl has the opportunity to learn and to lead is an inspiration to us all. pic.twitter.com/uMZEA4e3SG— Girls Opportunity Alliance (@girlsalliance) July 12, 2020