Provincial Governors

In Afghanistan, the provincial governors are appointed by the president.  They are not elected by the people of the province.  There are various political groups that want to change the constitution and allow for the governors to be democratically elected by the people of the province.  It is not uncommon for governors to be removed or moved around frequently by the president.  Because of this, we will make every attempt to ensure the information below is accurate and updated, however, there is no guarantee as the removal or change of a provincial governor is rarely publicized or announced before it happens.

Badakhshan - Shah Waliullah Adeeb
Badghis - Mohammad Tahir Sabari
Baghlan - Sultan Mohammad Ebadi
Balkh - Atta Mohammad Noor
Bamiyan - Ghulam Ali Wahdat
Daikundi - Qarban Ali Uruzgani
Farah - Muhammad Omar Sherzad
Faryab - Mohammadullah Batash
Ghazni - Musa Khan Akbarzada
Ghor - Sayed Anwar Rahmati
Helmand - Mohammad Naeem Baloch
Herat - Fazlullah Wahidi
Jowzjan - Boymurod Qoyinli
Kabul - Abdul Jabbar Taqwa
Kandahar - Tooryalai Wesa
Kapisa - Mehrabuddin Safi
Khost - Abdul Jabbar Naeemi
Kunar - Shujaul Malk Jalala
Kunduz - Mohammad Anwar Jagdalak
Laghman - Fazlullah Mujaddedi
Logar - Niaz Mohammad Amiri
Nangarhar - Attaullah Ludin
Nimroz - Amir Mohammad Akhunzadah
Nuristan - Tamim Nuristani
Paktia - Juma Khan Hamdard
Paktika - Mohib Ullah Samim
Panjshir - Abdul Rahman Kabiri
Parwan - Abdul Basir Salangi
Samangan - Khairullah Anosh
Sar-i Pol - Abdul Jabar Haqbin
Takhar - Abdul Latif Ibrahimi
Uruzgan - Amanullah Khan Timuri
Wardark - Abdul Majid Khogyani
Zabul - Mohammad Ashraf Nasari

----------------------------------

Last updated: October 28, 2014 - by Abdullah Qazi

Contact Us For Advertisement Information
web hostingGNLD NEOLIFE
Afghan Forums
DHgate wholesale
GNLD
Buy cheap phone cards
Buy natural Gnld vitamins Supplements