Mohammad Tamim Nuristani

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Mohammad Tamim Nuristani
محمد تمیم نورستاني
Governor of Nuristan Province, Afghanistan
In office
4 August 2006 – 10 July 2008
Preceded by Maulawi Abdullah Shergul
Succeeded by Hazrat Din Noor
In office
4 September 2011 – 4 February 2014
Preceded by Jamaluddin Badr
Succeeded by Hafiz Abdul Qayum
Personal details
Born 1962
Nuristan, Afghanistan

Mohammad Tamim Nuristani (Pashto: محمد تمیم نورستاني‎) is a businessman and politician from Nuristan Province of Afghanistan.[1] Mohammad Tamim was the previous governor of Nuristan Province and replaced by Hafiz Abdul Qayyum during a series corruption allegations in 2012 and was prosecuted.[2]

Nuristani studied in Germany and later worked in the restaurant business in Brooklyn and California.[1] He left his family in the United States after the 9/11 attacks. He is a member of the Kata tribe.

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