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Abdullah Aziz takes charge as Deputy for Finance and Administration
  • 08:38 am October 21 2020
  • Kabul

On the recommendation of Capital Region Independent Development Authority (CRIDA) and approval of the Presidential Palace, Abdullah Aziz, who used to be Director of Financial Preference Development in the Ministry of Finance (MoF), has been appointed as CRIDA deputy head for finance and administration, and assumed his new position.  

His introduction ceremony was attended by Najibullah Shinwaray, CRIDA Chief Executive Officer (CEO), his deputies, other leadership members and a number of directors from MoF.

Speaking at the event Mr. Shinwaray appreciated former deputy Mirwais Ayoubi for his efforts, while congratulating the new deputy for assuming the job he assured Mr. Aziz that he had joined a vibrant young team with tangible achievements. He shed light on the spirit of unity and cooperation among the employees, stressing that leadership and staff members should double down on their efforts to accomplish the pre-set goals of the organization.

Mr. Aziz in his inaugural speech thanked H.E. President Ashraf Ghani and Najibullah Shinwaray for their trust in him, promising to leave no stone unturned for effectively performing the assigned tasks to reciprocate their believe in him. He said he would work in close cooperation with his colleagues to take the necessary measures to play an active role in providing better services and constructing the country.

Later on CEO and his deputies ushered Mr. Aziz to his new office and wished him success.

It’s worth mentioning that Mr. Abdullah Aziz son of Abdul Qader Aziz was born in Kabul, and after completing primary education in the city he earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in business administration from Preston University of Pewshawer.

He has experience of successful work in various capacities with a number of national and international prestigious organizations as MoF, Da Afghanistan Bank, Kabul Municipality, World Bank, USAID, Ministry of International Development UK, and Adam Smith International.