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Aseefa Bhutto: Age, Mother, Father, Education, Family, Contact, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Age and Early Life of Aseefa Bhutto

Aseefa Bhutto Zardari is born in the year 1993, on 3rd of February. She is the daughter of the former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and the former President Asif Ali Zardari.

She was the first child of the homeland to be vaccinated against the epidemic of polio, when a massive drive against the disease was carried out. She is the youngest of her siblings, Bakhtawar and Bilawal.

She was very young when her father was taken in the custody and locked up under the corruption charges, and she got to see him again when she was eleven years of age, when he was released. Sadly, she was only fourteen years of age, when her mother was assassinated. Hence, she had a very difficult childhood, and had to go through tumultuous times.

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Education of Aseefa Bhutto

She pursued her under graduation in both Politics and Sociology from the renowned institute of Oxford Brookes University.  Her master’s degree in Global Health was received at University College London, both from the UK.

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Work and Achievements of Aseefa Bhutto

She has been quite actively in commenting on the political affairs of the country, and has brought various issues on the surface. Her father has announced that she will be penetrating into the election arena alongside her brother in the year 2018.

Amongst her many achievements, one that truly stands out is her commitment towards the eradication of polio from Pakistan. She is the Rotary Ambassador and a former UN Ambassador for Polio Eradication. She has actively drove a anti-polio campaign across the nation to make people aware of the serious consequences of this epidemic, and has encouraged the masses to get their offspring vaccinated against this fatal disease.

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Contacting Aseefa Bhutto

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AseefaBZ

Some Pictures of Aseefa Bhutto

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