Muhammad Nabi is appointed as a member of the Afghan board
Mohammad Nabi is the one who played the biggest role in bringing Afghanistan cricket to today’s stage. So the player has added him to the board before his life is over (ACB). The former captain Muhammad Nabi has been appointed as a member of the Afghan Cricket board.
The ACB announced the names of four new board members in a statement on Thursday. Player life has not stopped yet. Among them, the name of the Prophet in the board book is a big surprise. The ACB did not elaborate on the reason for hiring the all-rounder. Nabi was playing in the Caribbean Premier League for the St. Lucia Jukes when the board made the statement.
Nabi retired from white with a Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong last year. However, the 35-year-old all-rounder is still playing for the country in limited-overs cricket. He is currently considered to be the first person to join the country’s cricket board as a player.
The other three new members of the ACB are Hasina Safi, the country’s current minister for women’s affairs, Rohullah Khanzada, a member of parliament, and Harun Mir, a senior adviser to Afghanistan’s first vice president.