Mohammad Ashraf Naseri

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Mohammad Ashraf Naseri
محمد اشرف ناصري
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Governor of Zabul , Afghanistan
Incumbent
Assumed office
March, 2009
Preceded by Delbar Jan Arman
Governor of Badghis , Afghanistan
In office
November 2007 – March 2009
Preceded by Mohammad Nasim Tokhi
Succeeded by Delbar Jan Arman
Personal details
Born Paktia, Afghanistan
Political party unaffiliated, (former Ittihad-e Islami)
Religion Muslim

Mohammad Ashraf Naseri (Pashto: محمد اشرف ناصري) replaced longtime Zabul governor Delbar Jan Arman Shinwari in late March, 2009.[1]

An ethnic Pashtun from Paktia Province, Naseri separated from the Ittihad-e Islami under Abdul Rasul Sayyaf in 1992 or 1993 and is now politically unaffiliated.[2]

He has a BA in science from Kabul University. He was a teacher in Dawat aw Jahad University in Peshawar, an employee of UN Office on Project Services (UNOPS), an employee of the UN Development Program (UNDP), Advisor Minister for Refugees and Repatriation (under Azam Dafar), a policy committee director of the Counter narcotics Ministry, and a presidential advisor.[2]

He reportedly has a good reputation in Paktia, and Wolesi Jirga members from Badghis Province were positive about his role during his tenure as governor.

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Preceded by
Delbar Jan Arman Shinwari
Governor of Zabul, Afghanistan
2009–Present
Succeeded by
[Incumbent]
Preceded by
Mohammad Nasim Tokhi
Governor of Badghis, Afghanistan
2007–2009
Succeeded by
Delbar Jan Arman