Afghanistan minister Syed Alhmed Shah spotted delivering pizza in Germany

BERLIN – Former Afghanistan communication and IT minister Syed Ahmed Shah Sadat recently spotted delivering pizza in the German city of Leipzig.

A German daily Leipziger Volkszeitung published the story of a former Afghanistan minister who can be seen wearing an orange-colored t-shirt with a bag hung on his back in Leipzig – the eighth-most populous city in the Western European country.

Sadat, who resigned in 2020 after a dispute with Ashraf Ghani-led Afghan government, traveled to Germany. However, Shah was reportedly compelled to work as a pizza delivery boy to make ends meet despite the fact that he holds two master’s degrees in communications and electronic engineering from Oxford University.

Meanwhile, a German journalist claimed that he had spotted Shah on the streets of Leipzig. “I met the man, who claimed to have been the Afghan minister for two years ago, a few days ago. “I’m driving out of Essen for Lieferando”, Shah responded to the journo when he asked that what he was doing in Leipzig.

Humira Saqib

Humira Saqib (born 1980) is an Afghan journalist and women's human rights activist. She is one of the leading activists who through her writings in the magazine Negah-e-Zan (A Vision of Women) and in Afghan Women's News Agency, has been protesting against extreme forms of harassment against women in her radically Islamic country. She pleads that the parliament should enact laws for "Elimination of Violence against Women and enforce it vigorously.... Education, is also a key to changing mentalities around women's roles in society."[1][2][3] She is now pursuing her efforts to further women's rights by working for the women's news agency as a writer and editor.[

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