KABUL: President Ashraf Ghani has offered ministry of finance to former commerce minister Anwarulhaq Ahadi, sources close to the president said.
Ahadi has served as finance minister, central bank governor and commerce minister under ex-president Hamid Karzai.
The sources who spoke on condition of anonymity, went on to say that Ghani and Ahadi had reached a tacit agreement over the deal.
Ahadi was not immediately available to respond a request for comments, but sources close to him have agreed the deal was done.
Presidential office has yet to officially state over the reports.
Ahadi heads a political party and has been a critic of President Ashraf Ghani and the national unity government since it took power in 2014.
Earlier, the president appointed two ministers of Karzai’s cabinet as caretakers for ministries of defense and interior.