Afghan Biographies

Amin, Mohammad Aminullah

Name Amin, Mohammad Aminullah
Ethnic backgr. Tajik
Date of birth 1975
Function/Grade Provincial Governor Ghazni
History and Biodata

1. Former Governors:
Taj Mohammad aka: Qari Baba Haji Assadullah, Asadullah Khalid (2002)
General Haji Sher (Shir) Alam Ibrahimi (20050629-2006),
Mirabudin Patan (Pathan, Pattan, lived 25 J. in USA) (20060919)
Faizanullah Faizan (20070919)
Sharif Khosti (20080303)
Dr. Muhammad Usman, aka Eng. Osman Osmani (20080531 - 20100300)
Musa Khan Akbarzada Ahmadzai (20100513 -20150902)
Aminullah Hamimi (20150903)

Deputy Governors Ghazni:
Muhammad Kazim Allahyar Alayar Muhammad Kazimullah Yaar , also a member of the National Disaster Management Authority (20091205). A suicide bomber on a motorcycle has killed the deputy governor of Afghanistan's Ghazni province, Mohammad Kazim Allahyar, his son and two bodyguards who were in the same car (20100928).
Mohammad Ali Ahmadi (20120706, 20130105, 20140903, 20150803) was on his way from Ghazni province to capital Kabul when he was abducted by militants.(20140903)

Governor's spokesman:
Saifullah Maftoon (20120102)
Fazl Mohammad Sabawoon (20120902)
Shafeeq Nang Shafiq Nang Shafiqullah Nang (20140320, 20140825)
Jawed Salangi, a spokesman for the Ghazni governor (20160509)

Director of Women’s Affairs
Shukria Wali (20121017)

Provincial Department of Public Health Director:
Dr. Zia Gul Asfandi Zia Gul Asphandi  (20101028, 20150104)

Provincial Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation Director:
Sultan Hussain Abbasyar Sultan Hussein Yar (20110923, 20140312)

Provincial Department of Education Director:
Hosni Mubarak Azizi Husni Mubarak Azizi (20101216, 20110823)
Ihsanullah Nashir Ehsanullah Nasher (20120228, 20130616)
Mohammad Abid Abid Waisi (20131115, 20150729)
Deputy Director:
Zahooruddin (20130616)
Provincial Department of Public Works Director:
Mohammad Qurban (20110418)

Provincial Department  Director of Rural Development:
Sayed Baqir Sherzad (20110526)

Provincial Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation Director:
Gholam Sanayee Mayel was recognized accused of bribery, embezzlement and other corruption and the attorney office had ordered his arrest,” head of attorney office, Sahar Gol said, adding that police couldn’t find Mayel at his office and house. He was in office 10 years. (20120329)
Sultan Hussain Abbasyar (20110923)

Provincial Department of Refugee Director :
Rayes Abdul Bari Rahimi (20110814)

Natural Disaster Management Authority Chief:
Hafeezullah Gulistani Hafizullah Gulistani (20110923, 20130806)

Provincial Department of Information and Culture Director:
Hamidullah Sarwari (20110824, 20120706)

Water and Energy Director:
Eng. Jan Mohammad (20120102)
Provincial director of Hajj and Islamic Affairs:
Fazl Ahmad Qazizada
Qazi Fazal Ahmad (20130811, 20140903) Qazir Fazl Ahmad was executed by militants in central Maidan Wardak province.(20140906)

Provincial Traffic Department Director:
Mohammadullah Ahmad Abullah Ahmadi (20121215, 20130214)

Of 19 districts in Ghazni Province, only Jaghori, Jaghato, Waghaz, Andar, Nahor, Qarabagh and Ab-Band districts have their District chiefs present at district centers, while Ajiristan, Malistan, Gilan, Nawa, Muqur, Giro, Bahram Shahid, Wali Mohammad Shahid, Rashidan, Khwaja Omari, Zana Khan and Deh Yak districts have no chiefs so far.(20160526)

2. Previous Functions of Aminullah Hamimi:
General Commander for the Salang (1986-1987)
Commander for Police District 4 of Kabul city (1992-1994)
Head of the Maintenance Directorate at the Interior Ministry (1994-1997)
Provincial Governor of Parwan (1999-2003)
Provincial Governor of Badakhshan (2003-2004)
Provincial Governor of Logar (2004 to 2005).

Provincial Governor of Ghazni (20150903-)

3. Biodata:
Amanullah Hamimi Mohammad Aman Hamim Mohammad Aman Amin is a ethnic Tajik and was born in the Salang district of Parwan province in 1957. He went to Ibn Sina High school in Kabul. He is one of the less-known appointees. He had, in 1980, just started to study political science at Kabul University when the war broke out and he joined the resistance against the communist regime in Kabul (unspecified, but presumably Jamiat). He obtained his BA 15 years later from the Police Academy of the Ministry of Interior Affairs, in 1995. During the civil war, Hamimi rose fast through the ranks of the Northern Alliance. He claims he was General Commander for the Salang from 1986 to 1987, commander for Police District 4 of Kabul city from 1992 to 1994, and head of the Maintenance Directorate at the Interior Ministry from 1994 to 1997. In the post-Taleban era, he was the governor of Parwan from 1999 to 2003, governor of Badakhshan from 2003 to 2004 and governor of Logar from 2004 to 2005. Then, for almost a decade, he did not hold any official position. He is known to be an influential elder in Parwan province. He is an Abdullah Abdullah appointee. (20150920)

Last Modified 2016-06-17
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