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Mustafa Nayyem was born on 28 June, 1981, is a publicist; journalist of Kommersant, Ukrayinska Pravda, and Hromadske.TV. Discover Mustafa Nayyem's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?
|Occupation||publicist; journalist of Kommersant, Ukrayinska Pravda, and Hromadske.TV|
|Age||39 years old|
|Born||28 June 1981|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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On 28 February 2019 Nayyem voluntarily left the BPP faction.
On 21 June 2019 Nayyem announced that he would not take part in the 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election.
In November 2019 Nayyem was appointed Deputy Director General of Ukroboronprom.
His brother Masi Nayem is a lawyer and, in April 2016, deployed as a Ukrainian paratrooper to the Donbass - Avdeevsky industrial zone which was the hottest point of war during the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In August 2016 Nayyem joined the (political party) Democratic Alliance. From Autumn 2015 until June 2016, he had been part of an attempt to form a political party around then Governor of Odessa Oblast Mikheil Saakashvili with members of the parliamentary group Interfactional Union "Eurooptimists", Democratic Alliance and possibly Self Reliance until this projection collapsed in June 2016.
Mustafa Masi Nayyem (Ukrainian: Мустафа Найєм , Pashto: مصطفی نعیم ) is an Afghan-Ukrainian journalist, MP, and public figure who took part in Euromaidan in Ukraine's favor. Formerly, he was a reporter for the newspaper "Kommersant Ukraine", the TVi channel, and the Internet newspaper Ukrayinska Pravda. He also participates in Ukrainian journalists' anti-censorship movement, "Stop the censorship!" (Ukrainian: Стоп цензурі! , Stop tsenzuri!), and Hromadske.TV. In the parliamentary elections on October 26, 2014, he was elected to the Ukrainian parliament on the list of Petro Poroshenko Bloc. He has been described as a reformist parliamentarian. Nayyem did not take part in the 2019 Ukrainian parliamentary election.
Nayyem was included in the electoral list of Petro Poroshenko Bloc and elected to the Verkhovna Rada on the parliamentary elections of October 26, 2014. He is one of dozens of Euromaidan activists who are trying to pivot from street politics into politics, where they hope to spearhead reform and turn Ukraine into a prosperous European state. Nayyem is a member of the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada on issues of European integration in the 8th convocation of parliament. At the Rada session on 2 December 2014 he was the only deputy who voted against the cabinet of Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Gradually he began to criticize the Petro Poroshenko Bloc (PPB) more and more and stopped voting in sync with it. According to deputy head of the PPB faction Oleksiy Honcharenko by February 2019 he had not attended PPB faction meetings for several years.
Using Facebook, Nayem was one of the first activists to urge Ukrainians to gather on Independence Square in Kiev to protest Viktor Yanukovych's decision to "pause" preparations for signing an association agreement with the European Union. His post on Facebook on November 21, 2013, was a summons to rally for the Euromaidan protests which led to the overthrow of the Yanukovych government.
Nayyem frequently contributes news and articles to Ukrayinska Pravda. From September 2011 to late April 2013, he worked for the Ukrainian television channel TVi. After resigning due to a conflict with the channel's new management, he started a web project together with colleagues who also left the channel. Their project was named Hromadske.TV.
In 2009, Nayyem received national attention following Ukrayina TV channel's live discussion with then-presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych. During the discussion, he questioned Yanukovych about the latter's acquisition of the Mezhyhirya Residence. In 2010, Nayem was briefly detained by police officers, reportedly as a result of racial profiling for "persons of Caucasian appearance" (a common local term for people from the Caucasus). The following day, Nayem wrote an article in which described the events that led to his detention. He stated, "Xenophobia should not become the face of Ukrainian nationality" and requested the firing of one of the officers responsible.
He and Anastasia Ivanova who is from Lviv and was a photographer for Kommersant-Ukraine (Ukrainian: Коммерсантъ Украина ), have a son, Mark-Mikhei (born 13 January 2008), and both mother and son are Jewish.
Nayyem worked as a reporter for the Kommersant-Ukrainy newspaper from 2005 to 2007, and then for Shuster LIVE, a political talk show on Ukrainian television, from 2007 to 2011.
Nayyem graduated from the Technical Lyceum in Kiev in 1998, and the Aerospace Systems Department of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute in 2004. He speaks fluent Ukrainian, Pashto, Russian, and English.
Nayyem was born in Kabul in 1981 and lived in an elite district near Hafizullah Amin's palace. In 1984, ten days after his younger brother Masi Nayyem was born, their mother died. He has stated that he is a Pashtun and "Muslim by birth". His native tongue is Dari which is similar to Farsi. In Afghanistan, his father, Muhammad Haim (Ukrainian: Мухаммад Наїм ), had been Minister of Education and was responsible for the construction of educational facilities before the USSR invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979. After the Soviet invasion, his father did not want to work for the Soviets and quit his post. In 1987 and because of the destruction of the ongoing Soviet Union's War in Afghanistan, his father went to Moscow to study and met Ukrainian Valentina Kolechko whom he later married in early 1989. Mustafa Nayyem became fluent in Russian and Ukrainian after he moved with his father to Moscow in August 1989 living near the Nakhimovsky Prospekt metro station and later to Kyiv in 1990 attending 61st school near the Lukyanivsky market.