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Prince William Honours APS Survivor Ahmad Nawaz at Kensington Palace

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APS survivor Ahmad Nawaz met Prince William at Kensington Palace

Pakistani Ahmad Nawaz, the survivor of the APS attack, was recently honored with the Global Legacy Award 2019 by Prince William at Kensington Palace.

The Duke of Cambridge hosted the inspirational Legacy Awards 2019 recipients from the Diana Award for tea at Kensington Palace on Wednesday.

The event was organized to celebrate the achievements of 20 outstanding young leaders, visionaries and role models from across the world, aged 12-25, who have demonstrated their ability to inspire and mobilize new generations to serve their communities. The passionate students discussed their ideas of the campaign with Prince William.

Pakistani Ahmad Nawaz, a valiant APS survivor, was recognized for his global campaign and honored with ‘ The Legacy Award 2019’. He has become the first Pakistani to receive the Princess Diana Award for his anti-radicalization campaign.

Ahmad Nawaz shared this proud moment on Twitter after he met the Prince at Kensington along with other winners of the Global Legacy Award 2019.

He shared pictures with Prince William and wrote that he’s honored for this invitation. He added that he shared his global campaign and the sustainability of the youth.

Ahmed also mentioned that Prince William told him that he loved his recent visit to Pakistan.

Here’s what Ahmad Nawaz wrote:

 

Ahmed Nawaz was one of the fortunate survivors of the Army Public School attack that took place in Peshawar in 2014. He managed to save himself by pretending to be lying dead and witnessed his teacher get set on fire by terrorists.

Ahmed has campaigned throughout the schools in the UK to help students who become victims of extremism and radicalization. He is among the 45,000 ordinary youngsters bestowed with the Princess Diana Award.

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