Teenage girl officially becomes ‘PM for a day’ in Finland for a cause
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin has given country's top job to a teenager for a day in a somewhat surprising move. Finnish Prime Minister has taken a noble initiative of handing over her power to Aava Murto, a 16-year-old student from Vaasky in southern Finland.
The Prime Minister has handed over duties to the student as part of a campaign to promote girls' rights. Aava Murto said it was an exciting day as she came before the media on the steps of the parliament. Aava is an active campaigner on issues relating to human rights.