APS Peshawar Attack survivor gets admitted to the Oxford University
Lahore, 14th August: A survivor of the 2014 Army Public School (APS) attack, Ahmad Nawaz, topped his GSCE exams with flying colors and got admission in the most prestigious university.
According to reports of BaaghiTV, Ahmad Nawaz, an APS Peshawar Attack survivor has aced in his A-Level result and got admission to the Oxford University London.
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Ahmad Nawaz has made his nation proud by working hard and gaining admission into one of the most prestigious educational institutions in the world, the University of Oxford.
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The 19-year-old boy tweeted on his Twitter account and wrote, “The terrorists shot me and brutality attacked my school to stop us from getting an education 5 years ago. Today I’m proud to share that I have secured a place to study at the University of Oxford!!”
The terrorists shot me and brutality attacked my school to stop us from getting an education 5 years ago.
Today I’m proud to share that I have secured a place to study at the University of Oxford!! 📚
Where there is a will, there’s a way… 💪@UniofOxford #GoingtoOxford pic.twitter.com/7UwbaFLzmr
— Ahmad Nawaz (@Ahmadnawazaps) August 13, 2020
He also wrote, ” Where there is a will, there is a way.” And this young boy is sure a living proof of this saying.
Nawaz lost his younger brother Haris in the 2014 attack and sustained serious injuries himself and was transferred to a United Kingdom hospital for medical treatment.
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In 2017, The Express Tribune interviewed Nawaz. After the attack, the young survivor said his world turned upside down and his perception of life changed. “I used to play with friends back then but now my aim is to spread education in Pakistan. I want to raise my voice for education in Pakistan.”
That traumatic day pushed Nawaz to work for making a change in the lives of those who have suffered like him at the hands of terrorists. He speaks about his experiences in different forums and plans to move back to Pakistan after completing his education.
May he continue to shine bright and be a beacon of hope and aspiration for his fellow survivors and hardworking students of Pakistan.
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