Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani explained why he left Afghanistan abruptly in a post he shared on social media, saying he left the country because he was afraid of the repetition of the clashes that took place on the streets in the 1990s.
In his statement, Eşref Ghani said leaving the country was the most difficult decision of his life and said he believed it was the only way to protect Kabul and its 6 million citizens.
In a statement posted on Twitter, Gani apologized to the Afghan people for leaving the country and said: “My commitment to the Afghan people has never been shaken and will guide me for the rest of my life.”
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Gani has denied claims that he fled with millions of dollars belonging to the Afghan people.
Ashraf Ghani said he is open to financial investigations under the supervision of the United Nations or other independent oversight institutions. In addition, Ghani apologized to the Afghan people in his statement, as the end of his administration was similar to those that preceded him.