Gul Aqa Nahib
Brigadier General Gul Aqa Nahib (also, "Nahibi", "Naebi", or simply "Gul Aqa") of the Afghan National Army served as second-in-command to transitional Defence Minister Mohammed Fahim in 2002 and is currently in charge of 12,000 troops overseeing operations in Kandahar.
He joined the army in 1965
During the 1980s war he fought against the mujahedin in areas like Herat (1981–82) and Khaust (1990–91). Jalaluddin Haqqani arrested him when Khaust fell during April 1991. He served as the army's commissar or political affairs officer till 1982, when Yasin Sadiqi replaced him.
On September 9, 2007, he reported that insurgent forces were no longer able to beat ANA troops in combat.
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