Jacinda Ardern delivers a keynote speech during the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit in Bangkok on Sunday. Lillian Suwanrumpha / AFP
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern took to the social media platform to elaborate almost everything her government has done in the past two years. And believe it or not it took her only two minutes to recount all the major government projects.
She not only named the projects but also gave the precise numbers involved in each project.
It not only shows that Jacinda wants to keep everything transparent but also goes on to prove how deeply she knows about each and every project.
The video of her reviewing all projects has gone viral since then and twitteratis are in absolute awe for this leader.
Jacinda made a name for herself globally when she swiftly dealt with the deadly mosque shootings in Christchurch a couple of months ago. She was praised all over for her humane dealing of the situation, which could have easily unsettled even the most seasoned political leaders across the world.
Social networks such as YouTube and Facebook have the power to make content go “viral,” spreading it at an unprecedented and uncontrollable pace. That seems innocent enough when you’re looking at a cat video, but if it’s murder, for example, the lack of a way of stopping the virus becomes glaring.
“The Prince of Wales has been a strong advocate for the environment, conservation and sustainability for many years,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Tuesday joined international condemnation of US President Donald Trump’s xenophobic tweets about progressive Democrat congresswomen.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in the same interview that he didn't use a mobile phone. He had access to a special official phone, he said, that could connect with any number he wanted.
The decision comes a day after two cases of coronavirus were reported in Pakistan. Both the infected people had recently visited Iran, where the number of people affected by the virus has grown drastically in the past few days. Health officials have said both were "stable."
The victim was stabbed several times. An autopsy is being carried out on the body for further investigation.
A city in China's Hubei province, the epicentre of the global coronavirus epidemic, will pay residents as much as 10,000 yuan ($1,425.96) if they proactively report symptoms of the illness and it is confirmed after testing.
Qianjiang, a city of around one million people located about 150km from the stricken provincial capital of Wuhan, has reported a total of 197 cases so far and is stepping up efforts to ensure its infected people are confined and treated.