Malala Yousafzai Wants to Be Prime Minister of Pakistan

Malala Yousafzai has spoken and the world is, once again, in awe. Especially because she may one day be ruling the world — or at the very least leading her country.

At the second Investing in the Future (IIFMENA) conference in Sharjah — according to the Khaleej Times — Malala "spoke extensively about the need for peace, education, empowerment of women and her aspirations of becoming Prime Minister of Pakistan, someday."

"We need to inspire women to dream beyond limits and in order to do that we need women role models," Malala said.

And, the best way to do that? Take it upon yourself to be that role model — something Malala has definitely done and hopes to continue to do as a future prime minister of Pakistan.

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