Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Current Challenges due to Poor Management: Massoud

Current Challenges due to Poor Management: Massoud

KABUL - Speaking at the 22nd death anniversary of General Mohammad Panah, a former Jihadi leader, the President’s Special Representative on Reforms and Good Governance, Ahmad Zia Massoud, said the reason behind the current war and challenges facing the country was due to the lack of good political management and the lack of management capabilities.
Massoud urged National Unity Government (NUG) leaders to work towards maintaining people’s welfare, and not at grabbing government seats.
“We cannot win the current war by saying a few English words. Unless we mobilize our people, until millions of our people are mobilized, it will be difficult to win the war with just civil service staff and by a few people who are in power,” he said.
CEO Abdullah Abdullah also addressed guests attending the ceremony in Kabul and spoke about the achievements of General Panah, as well as the ongoing violence in the country and the peace process.
“Today our country is under attack. Terrorist groups, under different names, have been attacking our territory. These terrorist groups also receive support,” said Abdullah.
But other speakers criticized political leaders for their rifts.
“The only thing that will help us to stay and develop our shared values is unity. The lack of unity and discord will lead us to destruction,” said Adib Fahim, first deputy of National Directorate of Security.
Panah, along with a few of his men, was killed in clashes with the Taliban in Paghman district of Kabul province during the Taliban’s move to seize Kabul city.  (Tolonews)