Mohammad Tamim Nuristani
|Mohammad Tamim Nuristani
محمد تمیم نورستاني
|Governor of Nuristan Province, Afghanistan|
4 August 2006 – 10 July 2008
|Preceded by||Maulawi Abdullah Shergul|
|Succeeded by||Hazrat Din Noor|
4 September 2011 – 4 February 2014
|Preceded by||Jamaluddin Badr|
|Succeeded by||Hafiz Abdul Qayum|
Mohammad Tamim Nuristani (Pashto: محمد تمیم نورستاني) is a businessman and politician from Nuristan Province of Afghanistan. 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.
Nuristani studied in Germany and later worked in the restaurant business in Brooklyn and California. 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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