Tolo News: Former minister of water and energy Ali Ahmad Osmani on Thursday said Afghanistan faces a severe water shortage in the northern water zone and in the Harirod river water zones. Meanwhile Najib Aqa Fahim, state minister for natural disasters management has said that a lack of better water management of the country has led
Khaama Press: Abdullah says Osmani is one of the successful and active ministers of the government and the majority of the projects in the Ministry of Energy and Water have been inaugurated or due to be inaugurated under the management of Mr. Osmani. He says Osmani will remain as the Minister of Energy and Water and
Tolo News: President Ashraf Ghani has fired the minister of energy and water, Ali Ahmad Osmani, from his position, a statement by the Presidential Palace confirmed. The statement said Mohammad Gul Khulmi, the deputy minister of energy and water for energy, was appointed as acting minister. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Office of President Ashraf Ghani’s First Vice President General Abdul Rashid Dostum on Thursday said that relations between Dostum and the Presidential Palace (ARG) were improving, but officials gave no details about when Dostum would return to Kabul. Members of the public meanwhile said that Dostum has the right to return to his country –
1TV: Afghan Energy and Water Minister Ali Ahmad Osmani survived an impeachment vote in parliament on Monday. “You illegally have 120 advisers and all the people you have appointed recently are your relatives,” Jafar Mahdawi, a lawmaker, told the minister at the Lower House. MP Kamal Nasir Osoli accused the minister of corruption. Click here to
Khaama Press: The Afghan government signed another contract for the construction of a dam in western Farah province of Afghanistan. The Minister of Energy and Water Ali Ahmad Osmani said the reservoir of the Dam will have a capacity of 1,360 million cubic meter and the construction work will be completed in 18 months. He said the Dam