Influenced by the economic situation in Afghanistan, the famous anchorperson was forced to sell samosas sitting on the sidewalk for a living.
Pictures of a news anchor named Musa Mohammadi went viral on social media in which he was seen selling samosas by the side of the road.
Musa Mohammad has been a news anchor on television as well as reporting for many years, but lost his job in the current economic crisis.
After leaving the journalism department, he had no livelihood and started selling samosas to support himself and his family.
Journalists life in #Afghanistan under the #Taliban. Musa Mohammadi worked for years as anchor & reporter in different TV channels, now has no income to feed his family. & sells street food to earn some money. #Afghans suffer unprecedented poverty after the fall of republic. pic.twitter.com/nCTTIbfZN3
– Kabir Haqmal (Haqmal) June 15, 2022
After watching these scenes, the Director General of National Radio and Television, Ahmadullah Wasiq, has announced to hire a professional journalist.
Unemployment of Musa Mohammadi, a spokesman for a private television station, rises on social media
As a matter of fact, as the director of the National Radio and Television, I assure him that we will appoint him within the framework of the National Radio and Television.
We need all Afghan professionals pic.twitter.com/w3F2HrVQ1R
– Ahmadullah wasiq (asiWasiqAhmadullah) June 15, 2022