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List of current provincial governors in Afghanistan

 

List of current provincial governors in Afghanistan

This is a table chart of the current governors of Afghanistan. Provincial governors are all appointed by the President of Afghanistan.[1]

Governors

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Afghanistan
Foreign relations
Province Governor List
Badakhshan Shah Waliullah Adeeb all
Badghis Muhammad Tahir Sabari all
Baghlan Sultan Mohammad Ebadi all
Balkh Atta Muhammad Nur all
Bamyan Habiba Sarabi all
Daykundi Qurban Ali Oruzgani all
Farah Roohul Amin all
Faryab Mohammadullah Batash all
Ghazni Musa Khan all
Ghor Sayyed Mohammad Eqbal Munib all
Helmand Mohammad Naim Baloch all
Herat Fazlullah Wahidi all
Jowzjan Murad Quenili all
Kabul Ahmadullah Alizai all
Kandahar Tooryalai Wesa all
Kapisa Mehrabuddin Safi all
Khost Abdul Jabbar Naeemi all
Kunar Shuja ul-Mulk Jalala all
Kunduz Mohammad Anwar Jegdalek all
Laghman Mohammad Iqbal Azizi all
Logar Arsala Jamal all
Nangarhar Gul Agha Sherzai all
Nimroz Amir Muhammad Akhundzada all
Nuristan Mohammad Tamim Nuristani[2] all
Oruzgan ? all
Parwan Abdul Basir Salangi all
Paktia Juma Khan Hamdard all
Paktika Mohibullah Samim all
Panjshir Keramuddin Keram all
Samangan Khairullah Anosh all
Sar-e Pol Abdul Jabar Haqbeen all
Takhar Ahmad Beig all
Wardak Abdul Majid all
Zabul Mohammad Ashraf Naseri all

Note(s)

  1. ^ Ahmed, Azam (December 8, 2012). "For Afghan Officials, Facing Prospect of Death Is in the Job Description".  
  2. ^ Previously 2005-2008.
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