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Ghani's Surprise Visits Welcomed

A number of MPs as well as Kabul residents welcomed President Ashraf Ghani's unexpected visits to government agencies, stating that they could help bring reforms and a sense of responsibility in these agencies.

Since taking office, President Ghani has made surprise visits to several government agencies including prisons, schools, and hospitals, with the most recent visit being at the Dawood Khan Hospital.

In his visit to Amani high school in Kabul, the president promised to improve the education sector. On October 6, he visited the Afghan National Army (ANA) in the southern part of the capital, praising their performances and sacrifices.

Additionally, during his visit at the Pul-e-Charkhi prison last Monday, the president issued a five-day deadline to the Attorney General's Office to review prisoner files and submit them to the Presidential Palace.

A number of MPs have welcomed Ghani's initiative.

"In my opinion, it is a great initiative," Farah MP Fereshta Amini said. "But he should also let the lower authorities monitor the government departments."

Takhar MP Habiba Danish added that "the president's initiative is effective in bringing reforms to the country."

Meanwhile, during a visit with the members of Afghanistan's National Solidarity Party, President Ashraf Ghani stressed that he is committed to bringing reforms and asked for the public support for his endeavors.

"I request from the people to support my decisions," he said.

During all his visits, the president reiterated that he stands by his commitments of bringing major reforms to the country.

Ghani's Surprise Visits Welcomed

A number of MPs as well as Kabul residents welcomed President Ashraf Ghani's unexpected visits to

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A number of MPs as well as Kabul residents welcomed President Ashraf Ghani's unexpected visits to government agencies, stating that they could help bring reforms and a sense of responsibility in these agencies.

Since taking office, President Ghani has made surprise visits to several government agencies including prisons, schools, and hospitals, with the most recent visit being at the Dawood Khan Hospital.

In his visit to Amani high school in Kabul, the president promised to improve the education sector. On October 6, he visited the Afghan National Army (ANA) in the southern part of the capital, praising their performances and sacrifices.

Additionally, during his visit at the Pul-e-Charkhi prison last Monday, the president issued a five-day deadline to the Attorney General's Office to review prisoner files and submit them to the Presidential Palace.

A number of MPs have welcomed Ghani's initiative.

"In my opinion, it is a great initiative," Farah MP Fereshta Amini said. "But he should also let the lower authorities monitor the government departments."

Takhar MP Habiba Danish added that "the president's initiative is effective in bringing reforms to the country."

Meanwhile, during a visit with the members of Afghanistan's National Solidarity Party, President Ashraf Ghani stressed that he is committed to bringing reforms and asked for the public support for his endeavors.

"I request from the people to support my decisions," he said.

During all his visits, the president reiterated that he stands by his commitments of bringing major reforms to the country.

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