I left Kabul to keep the guns quiet, didn’t run away with the money… the ex-Afghan president’s clarification

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The ousted president of Afghanistan has again clarified the allegations of running away with money. He said that I did not run away from Afghanistan with money, but I left the country at the behest of my security officials. He has dismissed the allegations against him as baseless. He claimed that if he had stayed in Kabul, there would have been a fight like it did during the civil war in the 90s.

I didn’t run away with money: Ghani
In a statement issued on Twitter, Ashraf Ghani said that I must clarify to the people of Afghanistan about the sudden departure of Kabul on August 15 after the Taliban captured Kabul. I decided to leave at the behest of the palace security officials. Living there meant fighting on the street like it was during the civil war in the 90s.

left Kabul to keep the guns quiet
Ghani said that leaving Kabul was the toughest decision of my life. I think it was the right decision to keep the guns quiet and save 6 million people of Kabul. I devoted 20 years of my life to give the people of Afghanistan a democratic, prosperous and sovereign country. I never thought of leaving people alone.

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Gani said – I inherited the demon
Ashraf Ghani also said that the allegations of running away with money are completely and clearly false. Corruption is a plague that has crippled our country for decades and fighting corruption has been the focus of my efforts as President. I’ve inherited a monster that can’t be defeated easily or quickly.

Ashraf Ghani has already clarified
Ashraf Ghani, who arrived in the United Arab Emirates after fleeing Afghanistan, said in a video message, ‘I went with only a waistcoat and some clothes. Efforts are being made to kill my character and it is being said that I ran away with money. These allegations are baseless. You can also ask the customs department officials. They are baseless.

[Attribution to NBT]

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