Malala shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 with Indian children’s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi.
She is the youngest Nobel Prize winner of all times and has been awarded several important awards from many nations.
According to recent reports, Malala has acquired a millionaire status.
Salarzai Ltd. – the company founded to protect the rights to Malala’s life story reportedly had £2.2 million in its bank account by August 2015.
Malala, and her parents, Ziauddin Yousafzai and Toor Pekai Yousafzai are shareholders in Salarzai, which is a separate entity from her Malala Foundation, which handles her charity endeavours for female education. The company reported a pre-tax profit of £1.1 million this year.
Malala’s memoir I Am Malala was dealt for more £2 million.
Over 1.8 million copies were sold and that incresed Malala’s popularity even more.
As per now, the global ‘symbol of courage’ charges £ 114,000 per speech.
She will be paying the British exchequer £200,000 in taxes for the year 2015.
Earlier in 2014, Malala donated $50,000 from her Nobel Peace Prize money to rebuild a school in Gaza.
We wish a great luck to this young brave lady and a Happy 18th Birthday as well!
More power to you, Malala!