Acting Finance Minister Introduced to AGO

The Upper House of Parliament-Senate introduced Humayoun Qayoumi, the acting minister of finance to Attorney General’s Office after reports alleged that he has received significant payments from an American institute while serving as government official.
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Senate on Thursday introduced Mr. Qayoumi to AGO to respond to the allegations.

Reports emerged earlier this week suggesting that Mr. Qayoumi received enormous amounts of money from the Institute for State Effectiveness while serving as government officials during the years of 2016 and 2017 when he was serving as a government official.

According to reports, Qayoumi received $105,000 in the year 2016 from the Institute for State Effectiveness and $255,000 in 2017.

But the Ministry of Finance says that it has never signed a contract with the US-based Institute for State Effectiveness.

Qayoumi, in a twitter post, said that fighting corruption was one of the key agendas of president Ashraf Ghani’s government.

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