Abdul Jabbar Naeemi
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|Abdul Jabbar Naeemi|
|Governor of Wardak, Afghanistan|
March 2005 – 12 May 2008
|Succeeded by||Mohammad Halim Fidai|
Governor of Khost Province
|Born||1967 (age 48–49)
Abdul Jabbar Naeemi is an Afghan diplomat and politician. He is the current Governor of Khost Province in Afghanistan. At one time he served as a representative from Kandahar Province to the Loya Jirga (Grand Assembly). In 2004 he was Hamid Karzai's election agent in Pakistan, where he campaigned for Karzai and worked on educating local Afghans about the democratic process.
After the presidential elections, Naeemi became the Governor of Wardak Province, which is located 30 kilometers west of Kabul. Since taking up this position he has received credit for re-establishing order in the province, a former Taliban stronghold, and for drastically reducing the cultivation of opium.
|Governor of Wardak Province
Mohammad Halim Fidai
|Governor of Khost Province
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