Ghana: Parliament eulogises late Maulvi Wahab Adam


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Parliament on Tuesday paid glowing tribute to the late Maulvi Dr. Wahab Adam, the Ameer in-charge of Ahmadiya Muslim Mission in Ghana, who died last Sunday.

Central in the tribute from both sides of the House was the iconic peaceful, unifying and humble nature of the late Muslim cleric, recognised for his service to religion, the nation and the world.

The late Ghanaian Muslim leader, Maulvi Adam, passed away on June 22, at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, leaving behind a wife and seven children.

June 25, has been fixed for his burial at Ahmadiyya Cemetery at Kasoa in the Central Region, after pre-burial festivities at the Forecourt of the State House in Accra.

Mr. Ameenu Salifu, National Democratic Congress (NDC-Wa East), in a statement gave a posthumous profile of the late Dr Adam, telling the House of the life of the man who was born in December, 1944, at Brofeyedur – Adansi in the Ashanti Region. He attended T.I. Ahmadiyya Secondary School, Kumasi and to Ahmadiyya Muslim Seminary and Ahmadiyya Theological University, in Pakistan.

Over there, Maulvi was seen most in white shirts and pair of white sandals, during… read more at

One Comment on “Ghana: Parliament eulogises late Maulvi Wahab Adam”

  1. Issa boakye
    July 2, 2014 at 8:00 pm #

    Maulvi Abdul Wahab Adam indeed served his Creator, the jama’at he led, his country and humanity in general with excellence. May he be granted lofty station in paradise. Ameen.

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