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Musa Mohammadi, an Afghan journalist sells food to make ends meet in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan

Now his story is going viral on social media. The post has now caught the attention of Ahmadullah Wasiq, the Director-General of National Radio and Television.

Neha Singh

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New Delhi: Afghanistan, faced a lot of economic and political turmoil since the Taliban took control of the country.

Recently, a Tweet by Kabir Haqmal, who had earlier worked with the Hamid Karzai government, shared the photo of Musa Mohammadi, an Afghan journalist who is now selling food to make ends meet.

In the Tweet he wrote, “Musa Mohammadi worked for years as an anchor & reporter in different TV channels, and now has no income to feed his family. & sells street food to earn some money. #Afghans suffer unprecedented poverty after the fall of the republic.”

Now his story is going viral on social media. The post has now caught the attention of Ahmadullah Wasiq, the Director-General of National Radio and Television.

In his tweet, Wasiq said that he will appoint the former TV anchor and reporter to his department.

Afghanistan has been experiencing a humanitarian and economic crisis ever since the Taliban took over the country.

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