He has previously served as education minister
Akbar Ayub, Khyber Pakhunkhwa’s minister for local government, has been given an additional provincial ministry for law, parliamentary affairs and human rights, according to a notification issued Tuesday.
According to the KP assembly website, Ayub’s highest qualification is matriculation.
Ayub, who was elected from PK-40 Haripur, has previously served as minister for communication and then minister for elementary and secondary education in the KP cabinet.
The law minister’s post fell vacant on February 9 following the removal of Sultan Mohammad Khan from the office after he and other MPAs were seen receiving money from a Senate candidate in a video ahead of the 2018 Senate elections.