He was born in Istanbul in 1875. He received special education. He started his civil service life in Istanbul Municipality. He was also a journalist.
From 1894 to 1916, he served as writer / the chief in İkdam, Sabah, the Official Gazette, and the Maarif. In the declaration of the Constitutional Monarchy, he was the editor-in-chief of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Nine months later, he appointed as Çanakkale Governor's substitute. Later, he was personally appointed to the same position at the discretion of his work in the 31 March event. Two and a half years later, he was assigned as the Undersecretariat of Karesi (Balıkesir) as a first-degree civil servant, and as the Governor of Konya after eight months. When the Committee of Union and Progress was closed, he was taken to the central government together with many other governors. Five months later, after the establishment of the Mahmut Şevket Pasha government, he became the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior.
In 1912 he was appointed to Trabzon Governorship. During the mobilization, he was transferred to the Erzurum Governorship but could not go. He became Konya Governor again. After 36 months of service in Anatolia, he served as the Head of Copyright and Translation and the Undersecretary of the Ministry in Ministry of Education.
He served as the Deputy of Biga in the second term and Çanakkale deputy for the third and fourth terms in national congress.
He was married with three children.
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