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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah’s Election Rally in Ghazni City

In the midst of the current campaign, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah visited Ghazni city. Tens of thousands gathered to declare their support for Dr. Abdullah and with warmth they welcomed him.

Dr. Abdullah started by praying for the souls of the martyrs of Ghazni and expressed his gratitude for supporting him in his endeavor to become Afghanistan’s next president. He praised Ghazni for contributing to our civilization by nurturing renowned poets, scholars and mystics throughout history.

Dr Abdullah stated the following to the people of this city: “I am certain that you will give your vote to our team and the vast majority of Afghanistan’s citizens will do the same, and God willing the result will be in our favor and we will win this round”.

Dr. Abdullah promised the people of Ghazni that he will bring full security to this province once he forms his government in a few months and will reconstruct Ghazni city and will return it to its former status as a cultural center in the region.


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