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PM Khan ranks among World’s Top Leadership

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

13th Dec, 2019. 12:50 am
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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan  proved himself the most influential leaders of world in 2019.

The time has changed now and political leaders focus on social media to reach their supporters directly, an agency shows the most powerful Twitter user ranking of this year.

According to the Twiplomacy released the ranking the powerful Twitter leaders in which Pakistani PM Imran Khan is on rank 05 and shockingly Saudi King Salman secured the first position.

King Salman and Imran Khan on Twitter


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on 9th rank while Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is on rank 08. Sources said that each post by King Salman was retweeted 231,000 times on average.

Pakistani primer received 6,000 retweets per post on average while no politician on the list is even close to the Saudi ruler, whose each tweet was retweeted 231,000 times on average. US President Donald Trump was second with 21,000 shares, followed by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern with 9,000. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro both received 6,000 retweets per post.


On the other hand if we talk about The 50 most followed World leaders in 2019 then IK is on 9th position with 10 million followers, Pakistani President Arif Alvi is on 34th rank with 2.18 million followers, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi is on 30th column with 2.8 million followers while in this list American President Donald J. Trump is on the top with 66 million followers.

Prime Minister Imran Khan

Statistics also said that Imran Khan has 10 million followers on Twitter, 9 million likes on Facebook and 2 million followers on Instagram.

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Communication agency, Twiplomacy said, This data is collected on September 29, 2019 covering the publications of each account over the past 12 months using

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