Abdul Latif Ibrahimi

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Abdul Latif Ibrahimi
Governor of Takhar, Afghanistan
In office
13 October 2009 – 18 March 2010
Preceded by Ghulam Qawis Abubaker
Succeeded by Abdul Jabbar Taqwa
Governor of Faryab, Afghanistan
In office
2004–2005
Preceded by Enayatullah Enayat
Succeeded by Aamir Latif
Governor of Kunduz, Afghanistan
In office
2002–2004
Succeeded by Engineer Mohammad Omar
Personal details
Religion Muslim

Abdul Latif Ibrahimi is the former Governor of the Afghan Provinces Kunduz, Faryab and Takhar. Abdul Latif Ibrahimi is member of the Ibrahims Clan, a predominant family in the Imam Sahib district in Kunduz. Imam Sahib is situated on the border with Tajikistan. It is a fertile agrarian district and moreover a key hub for the drugs trade. Accordingly, the district is strategically very significant. Thus the Ibrahimis rule the district in a quasi-feudalistic way and control access to economic resources.[1] After the war Abdul Latif Ibrahimi became Governor of the Province. He was removed two years later and served for a short term as Governor of Faryab and of Takhar.

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Preceded by
Ghulam Qawis Abubaker
Governor of Takhar, Afghanistan
2009–2010
Succeeded by
Abdul Jabbar Taqwa
Preceded by
Enayatullah Enayat
Governor of Faryab, Afghanistan
2004–2005
Succeeded by
Aamir Latif
Preceded by
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Governor of Kunduz, Afghanistan
2002–2004
Succeeded by
Engineer Mohammad Omar