The spiritual leader was admitted to the 37 Military Hospital shortly after he took ill during the funeral and burial service of Prof. John Evans Atta-Mills at the Independence Square in Accra last Friday.
President Mahama, on receiving the information, rushed to the hospital to wish Mauvi Wahab well.
The President assured Maulvi Wahab that government would do everything in its capacity to provide the needed support for him and further assured him that the nation would support him with prayers.
For his part, Maulvi Wahab thanked President Mahama and Ghanaians for their support and praised the hospital staff for their commitment to duty.
He also thanked leaders of other religious groups who assisted and accompanied him to the hospital when he took ill, adding that Ghana was indeed blessed to have such level of tolerance and unity.
The president was accompanied by Mr Baffoe Bonnie, a presidential staffer and advisor.