Chief Imam of Ghana, Sheikh Nuhu Sharubutu to celebrate 100 years soon


Chief Imam of Ghana, Sharubutu, Nuhu Sharubutu

The National Chief Imam of Ghana, Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu will be celebrating his 100 years this April 23rd.

Dr. Sharubutu was born in Accra in April 23, 1919. His ancestors are of Hausa ethnicity from Northern Nigeria.

Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu was appointed in 1988, to that position by the Council of Muslim Chiefs under the leadership of Chief Amida Braimah.

The critical contribution of Sheikh Sharubutu to the institution of the National Chief Imamship was to revolutionize and make it acceptable to Ghanaians. He brought to it charisma, leadership, respect and drive, that have never be known in Imamship in Ghana. He made it the centre piece of recognition of Islam and Ghana Muslims not only in Ghana but all over the world. To consolidate the institution, Sheikh Sharubutu, on his own and with his own resources organize the first conference of Regional Chief Imams, which meet annually on rotational basis to discuss matters of mutual interest. This action brought solidarity and understanding among the Regional Chief Imams and greater respect for the Sheikh.

We at GHKASA.COM want to say’

“Thank you for being such a caring and loving Father to us all. Almighty Allah who has been your strength all these years will continue to guide you and light your path to greatness. May He grant you good health to enjoy all that you’ve worked for. We love you. Happy Birthday in advance!”

Below are graphics creating awareness of his 100 years;

Chief Imam of Ghana, Sharubutu, Nuhu Sharubutu Chief Imam of Ghana, Sharubutu, Nuhu Sharubutu

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