Ghulam Qawis Abubaker

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Ghulam Qawis Abubaker
Governor of Kapisa, Afghanistan
In office
21 August 2007 – 13 September 2010
Preceded by Abdul Sattar Murad
Succeeded by Mehrabuddin Safi
Governor of Takhar, Afghanistan
In office
21 August 2007 – 13 September 2010
Preceded by Abdul Kabir Marzban
Succeeded by Abdul Latif Ibrahimi
Personal details
Religion Muslim

Ghulam Qawis Abubaker is the current governor of Kapisa, Afghanistan. He succeeded Abdul Sattar Murad, who was dismissed after critical comments in Newsweek regarding the central government's ineffectiveness in remote areas of the province.[1]

During his term as Governor he put a lot of effort into assuring the reconstruction of the Kapisa Province.[2][3]

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Preceded by
Abdul Sattar Murad
Governor of Kapisa Province, Afghanistan
2007 – present
Succeeded by
[Incumbent]