Nayak In Real Life? Finland’s PM Gives Country’s Top Job To A Teenager For A Day

The Scandinavian country, Finland, got itself a 16-year old Prime Minister for a day with the elected PM, Sanna Marin, stepping done from her post for a day. Yes, we know you can find the resemblance with Nayak here. But like the ‘reel’ transfer of power was out of ego, the transfer of power in Finland was out of a cause.

Aava Murto got the chance to be the PM of the country for a day as a part of a global campaign. The campaign aims to increase the participation of women in digital and tech corporates.

Marin, via the campaign, wants the world to get used to accepting women as leaders. We “need to realise more how important they {girls} are, and how they are just as good at technology as boys,” she told AFP.

Source – Oman Observer

The takeover comes as a part of a global campaign named “Girls Takeover” by children’s rights charity Plan International. It aims to raise girls’ digital skills and take steps to curb online harassment against women.

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For Aava as PM of the happiest country in the world, she said that her day was an “exciting” one. “I faced media on the steps of parliament after meeting with the chancellor of justice,” she added.

Source – Malaya Mail

The global campaign is to get bigger as the UN gears up to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child this Sunday. Eyeing the success of the campaign countries from across the world will allow girls to take on top jobs as ministers. Kenya, Peru, Sudan and Vietnam will be some of the many counties to get a teenage-PM in the coming days.

Source – Business Insider

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Also, big tech companies like Microsoft, Samsung, Facebook will give away the top positions to teenage girls. Countries including El Salvador, Guatemala, the Netherlands and the Philippines, will participate in the campaign.

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Asked if she would be interested in doing the job full-time, Murto said – “It’s not up to me to decide that, but possibly, yeah!”

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