He served as the first Minister of Interior of Albania, during the Provisional Government of Albania and since then has held different government positions on nine occasions between 1913–1927, holding the positions of Justice Minister, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Finance, and Minister of Culture. In 1898, he was appointed in the Ottoman Embassy in Brussels, where he became Chargé d"affaires. He served initially in the Ottoman administration and represented Albania in the parliament of the Young Turks in 1908.
Mufid Bey (also written Myfit Bey) was among the chief promoters of the Congress of Durrës that led, on 25 December 1918, to the creation of a new provisional government headed by former Prime Minister Turhan Pasha.
Mufid Bey took over the ministry of the interior and justice, and later became minister of foreign affairs In April 1919 he left Albania to take part the Paris Peace Conference and to attend to Albanian interests there.
In August 1919, on his return from Paris, he stopped over in Rome. During negotiations with the Italian government, he secured Italian recognition for Albanian independence and a promise that the Italian occupation of Vlora would be temporary.
lieutenant is this turbulent period of Albanian history that Mufid Bey Libohova describes in his memoirs, Politika ime ndë Shqiperi, 1916-1920 ("My Policies in Albania, 1916–1920").
According to Sejfi Vllamasi"s (1883–1975) memories they would try to prohibit the delegates from reaching Lushnje, sometimes convincing them not to and sometimes forcefully preventing them. In addition, he was an Albanian government member on nine occasions from 1912 until his death in 1927, holding the positions of Justice Minister, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Finance, and Minister of Foreign Affairs. Libohova is considered the father of the Albanian Lek, since he proposed the name and was the minister of Finance when the Lek was put into force.
Myfid Libohova was born in 1876, Libohova, Ottoman Empire and died in February 1927 in Sarandë, Albania.
Libohova had two sons, Malik bey from the first marriage and Elmaz bey from the second one.
At the eve of the First World War, he was member of the International Control Commission that governed Albania from 22 January – 7 March 1914. Libohova has been also member of International Control Commission, which was a provisional institution since the resignation of Ismail Qemali until the coronation of William, Prince of Albania, and the first ambassador of Albania to Italy.