Asser Malik ‘feels privileged seeing amazing recognition of Malala’s activism’

Malala Yousafzai's better half, Asser Malik has never shied away from singing his wife's praises. He recently took to social media and shared a picture with the youngest Nobel Prize Laureate during their visit to Norway. The couple was visiting Nobel Peace Centre. Sharing a picture of them together from the venue, Asser penned a heartfelt note for his wife.  "It was my first visit to the Nobel Peace Centre and had the privilege to see the wonderful curation of all award holders and their work. Felt super privileged seeing the amazing recognition of Malala’s activism," Asser shared on Twitter. "P.S Oslo is beautiful." It was my first visit to the Nobel Peace Centre and had the privilege to see the wonderful curation of all award holders and their work. Felt super privileged seeing the amazing recognition of Malala’s activism ♥️ P.S Oslo is beautiful 😍 pic.twitter.com/RY9WBdIRRa
— Asser Malik (@MalikAsser) June 15, 2022 Asser, the lucky man who tied the knot with Malala last year, took to Twitter to share his love and admiration for the women's rights activist. "In Malala, I found the most supportive friend, a beautiful and kind partner — I'm so excited to spend the rest of our life together. Thank you all for the wishes on our Nikkah. In following our cricket team's tradition, we had to do a victory cake cutting," Asser, who serves as the general manager at the Pakistan Cricket Board, wrote. "Today marks a precious day in my life. Asser (Malik) and I tied the knot to be partners for life," Malala, too, wrote on Twitter, where she also posted images of herself and her new husband on their wedding day. "We celebrated a small nikkah ceremony at home in Birmingham with our families. Please send us your prayers. We are excited to walk together for the journey ahead," she added. Her husband, Asser, describes himself on his LinkedIn profile as an entrepreneur with a history of working in the sports industry. He studied at Pakistan’s prestigious Aitchison College in Lahore, which was also attended by Pakistan’s current prime minister, Imran Khan. Malik graduated from Lahore University of Management Sciences with a degree in economics and political science in 2012.

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