Sadat lives in Leipzig where he came to Germany in December last year in the wake of Taliban offensives. Sadat joined Ashraf Ghani government in 2018 however left his post in 2020 because of contrasts with the Afghanistan president.
By Ayush Upadhyay/The Newster
Ex communications and technology minister in Afghanistan regime led by Ashraf Ghani, Syed Ahmad Shah Sadat is now delivering pizza for his bread and butter in Germany. Photographs of the former minister were posted by Al-Jazeera on Twitter, where he was seen carrying the pizza box on his back while riding his bike.
Sadat lives in Leipzig where he came to Germany in December last year in the wake of Taliban offensives. Sadat joined Ashraf Ghani government in 2018 however left his post in 2020 because of contrasts with the Afghan president.
Confirmin that the photographs were his to the Sky News, Sadat said his story will fill in as an impetus to change the way high-positioning individuals carry on with their lives in Asia and the Arab world. Once encompassed by security work force, Sadat is presently working as a pizza delivery guy on a bike.
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Sadat began working as a delivery guy for German organization Livrando after he went out of cash, as reported by Sky News.
Sadat holds two graduate degrees in communications and electronic engineering from Oxford University. He had worked for a very long time in the field of correspondences with more than 20 organizations. In 23 years of his job, he worked for many countries, including Saudi Arabia.
Sadat has additionally served as technical advisor to Afghanistan’s communication and information technology ministry from 2005 to 2013 and filled in as CEO of Ariana Telecom in London from 2016 until 2017.
It’s been more than a week since the Taliban assumed power in Afghanistan, following which president Ashraf Ghani left the city and was allowed refuge by the UAE. Responding to the improvements in Afghanistan, Sadat revealed to Sky News that he never anticipated that the civilian government should fall so rapidly.