Maulana Hafiz Ahmed Jibreel Saeed passed away in Ghana

Hafiz Ahmad Jibrael Saeed during Real Talk Africa (video below) discussing persecution of Ahmadis in Pakistan.

It is my sad duty to inform you that Maulana Hafiz Ahmed Jibreel Saeed, Naib Ameer III-Ghana, has passed away. I just got the news from Ghana. Inalillaahi waina alaihi rajioon.
Please kindly pray for Hafiz Saheb so that he may be granted a lofty place in paradise by Allah. Also, please remember his family and the Ghana Jamaat in your prayers.

Here is a speech delivered by him in UK Jalsa Salanah in 2011 about Khilafat:


26 replies

  1. “Innah lillahe wa Inna Elehi Rajeoon” He was sick and Hazure Aqdas requested prayers for his health. A very sad news and a big loss to AMM Ghana and to International Aham,diyya Community.

  2. Really a sad news for all Ahmadis across the world.“Innah lillahe wa Inna Elehi Rajeoon”. I was fortunate enough to be present in this Annual Convention and listening to this inspiring speech of Hafiz Ahmed Jibreel Saeed. We share the grief and sorrow of his family and entire of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Ghana too.

  3. Innalillahe wa Inna Elehi Rajeoon,
    A very sad news and a big loss for jamaat,
    maulana hafiz ahmed jibreel saeed was a very spirituel member of jamaat,
    Allah bless on his soul and provide Jamaat lot of servant like him.ameen

  4. I received this very sad and sorrow news from Ghana, that Hafiz Jibreel Sahib has passed away. Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajeoon.
    Though Hafiz sahib has lived a relatively shorter life, but have made great sacrifices in his life. His life is full of sacrifices.

    He came to Rabwah at a very young age, where he missed his parents, relatives and friends. He missed his culture, his language, his foods, and etc. In Rabwah he could not communicate with his age-mates. At times, the peoples who would communicate with him could not sometimes understand a child’s heart and feelings. Many a times when I saw him alone, on the roads in Rabwah, I felt very sad for him. After some times he could communicate with the local age-mates, and his family was all Ahmadees in Rabwah.

    Then in late 1980s & early 1990s, he was a MOBILE missionary in the South Pacific, moving between dozens of small small islands nations, such as Tuvalu, Kiribati, Vanuatu, Nauru, Niue, Tonga(s), and etc. Though he was based in Suva (Fiji), but he was always on the move. At that time, I was teaching in the University of South Pacific (USP serves 11 islands nations) at Suva, and I would hardly see him in Suva. In fact due to his visa situation, he could never stay at one place more than 3 months. Thus, once again, he was a lone “fish” in the whole South Pacific. He has NO home, no fixed center, no family. Small and medium sized boats were the only mode of traveling between these island nations which would take days and weeks, depending upon the weather. So he probably spent a lot of his times in these boats. However after some times in these islands, he established many small jamaats, and now again, his family was all these Ahmadees.

    In deed, he had a true missionary spirit, and today we have lost a great missionary. I feel extremely sorry for his early demise. May Almighty Allah shower His bounties upon him, and enable his family to bear this great loss. Amen.

  5. إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعونَ

    It’s a very sad moment, we have to pray for Maulana Hafiz Ahmad Jibreel Saeed sahib, “May Allah Almighty bestow him a lofty place in paradise, Ameen”.

  6. Inna Lillahe wa inna Alihe rajeoon.

    May the Almighty Allah grant him eternal heaven and the company of His beloved ones. Ameen

    Sincerest condolences to his family and Ghana Jamaat.

  7. Indeed the Jamaat here in Ghana has lost a great personality.. a father, a friend, a leader, a scholar….. May Allah admit him in heaven and also strenghten his family and the entire jammat with increasing steadfastness.Ameen
    Surely, to Allah shall we ultimately return.

  8. I heard the sad demise of Maulana Hafiz Ahmad Jibreel Sahib with great sorrow. His depart, indeed is a big loss to the Ahmadiyya Jama’at in Ghana.He visited Dubai and made faith inspiring speech. Many in Dubai will have good memories of him. May the Almighty Allah grant him eternal heaven and the company of His beloved ones. Ameen

  9. Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajioon. Hafiz Ahmad Jibreel Saeed has been my counselor and spiritual inspirer. As soon as you hear him speak, you become humbled. He was affable, approachable and sincere.His unique way of reciting the Holy Qur’an almost sent one in tears. His approach of explaining difficult religious issues always stabilized confused hearts and minds. His commitment and devotion to the cause of Tabligh, as far as I know, is unparallelled.The tabligh he was doing in the northern part of Ghana was immeasurable. In fact, words cannot express all that I know about Hafiz Sahib.
    My humble prayer is that Allah Almighty grants him a lofty place in paradise and also help the wife and children go through this trying moment with fortitude. Amin.
    May He also replace him with many of his kinds to help the cause of Islam Ahmadiyyat. Amin.

  10. Inna Lillahi wa inna Ilahehi rajuuna. This is a great loss to the people of Ghana in particular and the Jama’at as a whole. May Allah Almighty forgive his shortcomings,have mercy on him ,reward him with Aljana Frisdaos. Ameen.May Allah give his members of family the fortitude to bear this great loss, may Allah keep them and take good care of them,Ameen. May his death not be fitna for the Jama’at.Ameen. Kindly convey my hearth felt condolences to the Hzur (atba).

  11. اناللہ و انا الیہ راجعون Very sad news. May Allah grant our brother Maulana Hafiz Ahmad Jibreel Sahib highest abode in heaven and bless his soul. آمین۔. He was a humble servant of Islam Ahmadiyyat who served the Jama’at with complete dedication and with full abilities. He will definitely be missed by Jama’at Ahmadiyya Ghana and by Ahmadis around the world. Please convey our condolences to his family, Huzoor e Anwar, Jama’at Ghana and Ahmadis around the world.

  12. its a sad news to ghana jamaat and islam ahmadiyyat as a whole,my deepest condolence to his family as they mourn an illustrous and dedicated son,just cant forget him made his submissions when the MTA crew came to ghana.may Allah out of his grace grant him a lofty place in paradise

  13. اناللہ و انا الیہ راجعونVery sad news indeed.Hafiz Sahib will be remembered with love forever. God shower His blessings upon him and grant him high station in Paradise. Like a video film all moments spent in his company are just moving before my eyes. He was a real gem among the servants of Islam Ahmadiyyat. Heart felt condolences to Huzur ATBA, to all family members, jamat Ghana, the state of Ghana, international jamat Ahmadiyya, to all his friends.May God bless his soul.Ameen

  14. To Allah we come and to Him shall be the return of everything,i pray to Allah to grant Him Janat ul Firdaos,may Allah be with his family jamaat in Ghana and the entire Ahmadiyya world-wide,

  15. انا لله وانا اليه راجعون. To Allah we belong and to Him we shall return. I first got to have personal contact with Hafiz Ahmad Jubreel Saeed Sahib when he visited Nigeria Many years back on Jama’at official assignments and had to have individual interview with some Missionaries. Hafiz Sahib had a friendly approach with everybody he met. Easy going he was. ever smiling was his face. Hadhrat Khalifatul V, Hafiz Sahib’s family, Amir Sahib Ghana, members of Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission Ghana, members of Ahmadiyya Community in the Pacific Islands and all members of the Jama’at world wide should kindly accept my condolence message. May Allah bless Hafiz Sahib the best place in Paradise. May Allah bless the Jama’at many sincere servants like him. Ameen Thumma aameen.

  16. Sad indeed it is to learn of the passing away of Hafiz Jibreel sahib, inna lillaahi wa inna layhi raajioon. A star of Ahmadiyyat, Hafiz sahib had that uncanny drive and the zeal to persevere with his tabligh efforts in often difficult and trying situations. Preaching in the remote and isolated islands of the Pacific was not an easy task for him. His young family also sacrificed and endured with him. Children often suffering from lack of vitamin C’s as fresh fruits were not readily available in those remote parts. Life became bearable intermittently, as he passed through Fiji for a few months at a time.
    His Qur’an recitation in his sweet African voice was tantalizing. I was honoured to have him record some portions of Qur’an which was a great help for my children as they grew up. Sometimes, we do not realize the gem within us, until they are no more! May Allah grant him the promised bliss of the heaven and may He make it easy for his lovely family. Amen.

  17. Last year injalsa Uk i met him and few days leter

    He viseted me inAmsterdam misionhouse.He came from
    Belgium with one ahmadi brother.Mukaram hafizsahib

    was very nice friend .my condolences to hazoor e anwar ,amir Wahab Adam sahib all his family members,
    all missionaries all over the world ghanian jamat and
    worldwide ahmadiyya muslim jamat.May Allah give him
    JANNATULFIRDOUS.And may Allah grant Hazoor anwar best
    sultanenaseer like hafiz sahib. ameen.

    wasalam

    hamid karim mahmud

  18. The above comment shows the mind set of the opponents of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and the Mullahs. They do not want to leave the final judgment to God, for the Hereafter, as that requires a little humility, decency and flexibility of thought. They like to condemn everyone who differs with them right now and right here.

  19. I read a book about the South Pacific. In one paragraph it was mentioned ‘that you will come across the Ahmadiyya Muslim Missionary from Ghana, Maulana Hafiz Jibreel Saeed. He is always looking for a tennis partner, therefore, if you play tennis, please do not fail to meet him. (another aspect of his life).

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