ISLAMABAD: The federal government of Pakistan has appointed Lieutenant General (retd) Nazir Ahmad as the New chairman of National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) for the next three-year term.
According to latest news the Ministry of Law and Justice issued a notification that said that after consensus with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and opposition leader of the National Assembly Raja Riaz, the federal government had appointed the said officer for a three years terms.
Remember that the NAB chairman seat became vacant on 15 February after the former NAB chairman Aftan Sultan resignation was accepted.
The current chairman of NAB appointed was made after detailed deliberation and consultation with both sides. According to the Law ministry, the NAB chairman shall hold the office for a “non-extendable term of three years” and will not be eligible for subsequent appointment.