Jun 24, 2014 at 9:49am
Preparations Underway For Burial of Late Maulvi Wahab-Adam On Wednesday
The 2nd Deputy Ameer and Missionary in charge of the Ahmadiya Muslim Mission, Maulvi Mohammed Bin Salih has been explaining the reasons for shifting the burial of the late Maulvi Dr. Wahab Adam to
tomorrow, 25th June.
At a news conference in Accra, Maulvi Bin Salih attributed the delay to certain developments.
Meanwhile, a book of condolence has been opened at the exhibition hall of the Ahmadiya Muslim Mission in Accra for members of the public to pay tribute to the late Ameer and Missionary in charge of the Ahmadiya Muslim Mission, Maulvi Dr. Wahab Adam who died last Sunday at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
In separate tributes, the late
Ameer was described as a peace maker, father and an epitome of
In a related development, a Presidential hopeful of the NPP for the 2016 elections, Allan
Kyeremateng has also described the death of Maulvi Dr. Abdul Wahab
Adam as shocking and a sad one.
He said as an Arabic Scholar who
endeared himself as a humble leader and man of peace, Maulvi Adam served his nation and religion diligently and would be dearly missed by all persons of peace. In a statement, he joins the entire Ahmadi community and all Ghanaians to mourn the loss of this great man.
In a related development the only Independent candidate in the 2012
election, Jacob Osei Yeboah said mother Ghana has indeed lost a man of substance.
In a statement, he said Maulvi Wahab Adam will be remembered for the statement he made on prayer; that prayer is humbling one’s self before God.
Also in a statement, the 2012 flagbearer of the NPP, Nana Akuffo Addo says he is deeply saddened by the news of the passing of the Ameer and Missionary-in-Charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Maulvi Dr. Wahab Adam.
Nana Addo said the nation is indebted to him for his many years of service and dedication and the profound contribution he made to its spiritual and moral welfare. He said he and Maulvi Wahab Adam had a good personal and working relationship.
He said, as Attorney General, he had the privilege of recommending him to President Kufuor for appointment as a member of the National Reconciliation Commission, which was set up to heal the wounds of the nation after decades of military rule.
Nana Addo said while in London,
Maulvi Wahab Adam invited him to attend a conference of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, which proved to be an interesting experience.
He said the country has lost a most illustrious son.
Nana Addo expressed sincere condolences and sympathies to the family of the late Maulvi Dr. Wahab Adam and all Ahmadi Muslims across the country and the world.