"Maulvi Wahab Adam Was A Guardian Of Public Morality" – Vice President of Ghana

peacefmonline.com: The Vice President, Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has described the late Maulvi Wahab Adam, the Ameer and Missionary in charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in Ghana, has passed away at the age of 79. As an extraordinary person who was a guardian of public morality in Ghana.

The Vice President said the late Ameer would be missed because of his selflessness and dedication to work, especially in the area peace, unity and was someone who had passion for the promotion education and religion in Ghana,something he did till his passed on, citing some of the roles he played including his work the Ghana Peace Council.

The Vice President made the statement when the highest decision making body of the mission called on him at the Flagstaff House to officially inform government about the demise of the late Dr Muavoi Wahab Adam on who passed on the Sunday 22nd June 2014 afternoon at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital’s Cardio-Thoracic Centre.

Mr Amissah-Arthur said he had known the late Mauvi Adam over the years, especially the role he has played in bringing peace and unity in the nation together with his humble nature and the important roles in the educational development of the country.

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Categories: Africa, ISLAM

2 replies

  1. Inna Lillahey wa inna ileyhey rajeoon.
    My our beloved Allah the Almighty have mercy on him and bestow him a lofty status in paradise InshAllah.

  2. Innalillah wa inna ilaihi raajioon.May Allah grant him a lofty place in paradise. Ameen.

    NB: Why are there so many omissions and mistakes in the the text? I suggest that all texts should be edited before they are posted because such omissions affect the beauty and the understanding of the message.
    Jazaakumullah.

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