Recounting the events that led to Ghani's exit, the General said: "We were waiting for the president there. But then I got a call to say that instead of coming to the Defence Ministry, the President had gone to the airport.
Meanwhile, in a video posted on social media, a man who claimed to be the head of the intelligence department of the Islamic Emirate in Panjshir can be heard saying that Taliban members have tortured and even killed a number of people in the province.
At this stage, the Afghan central bank is incapacitated and requires urgent international reorganisation and capacity building for financial settlements.
The Ministry said in another statement on Sunday that all the male personnel should resume their duties and attend their offices from Monday.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the possibility of a complete economic collapse in Afghanistan was "serious" and highlighted an urgent need for funding support at a high-level ministerial meeting on Afghanistan's humanitarian situation in Geneva.
The UNHCR said it has also set up an Afghanistan emergency cell and a dedicated help page for Afghans with comprehensive information on registration and assistance available.
The Taliban insurgents seized control of Afghanistan in mid-August, ousting the previous elected leadership which was backed by the West.
There was however no official comment on the development from Da Afghanistan Bank, the country's Central Bank.
Two suicide bomb attacks rocked the Kabul airport in the Afghan capital on Thursday, killing at least 103 people.
About 5,000 US troops have been deployed in Kabul airport to help with the airlift process.
The US sent nearly 600,000 small arms, 76,000 vehicles and 208 airplanes to Afghanistan's military and police from 2003 to 2016.
about 5,700 people, including about 250 Americans, were flown out of Kabul aboard 16 C-17 transport planes.
Sayeed is one of Afghanistan's most famous musical artists, performing regularly in concerts and philanthropic festivals within and outside the country.
The Indian government will bring its citizens back to their homes from Afghanistan, like we did in the Vande Bharat Mission, through Air India and the Indian Air Force (IAF) planes.