New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has shared a video on Friday enlisting some of her Labour party's achievements. Ardern became the youngest-ever leader of the Party and Prime Minister of the country at the age of 37.
In order to mark the 2 year anniversary of the day when Ardern became the Prime Minister, her team put across a challenge to enlist as many achievements of her government as she can in two minutes.
Arden’s video of listing her achievements has gone viral. It has been viewed over 2.3 million times. The video has earned a lot of praise for Jacinda Ardern on social media.
In this video, she speaks about how her government created 92,000 jobs, built more than 2200 state houses, introduced the zero carbon bill, made highways safer and reduced prison population, among other things. Ardern goes on to speak for two minutes and 56 seconds.
The video has earned a lot of praise online, collecting over 7,000 comments on Facebook alone.
The video has also been circulated widely on Twitter, where many have called it an example of "good leadership".
Earlier in 2019, Jacinda Ardern received global praise for her empathetic response to mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch.