Ex-Afghan bank governor: Taliban looking for me


Afghanistan’s former central financial institution governor has mentioned that he won’t return to the nation regardless of assurances from the Taliban that former officers can return with amnesty to their jobs.

Ajmal Ahmady informed BBC World Information that the Taliban had been searching for him, knocking on doorways at properties the place he had beforehand lived.

Mr Ahmady mentioned he made plenty of enemies making an attempt to implement reforms and even when the Taliban did present amnesty, within the present turmoil and uncertainty, he was unsure what the result can be.

He stayed at his desk making an attempt to reassure banks and buyers till Sunday morning.

After the Taliban got here into the capital, Kabul, he fled the nation on a army flight that night.


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