Secret behind Ghana’s Chief Imam’s long life revealed


The National Chief Imam Sheik Dr. Osman Nuhu Sharubutu on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 commended his 100th birthday celebration an age which is hard to accomplish lately.

A few reasons have been allowed to the long existence of the Chief Imam who keeps on soldiering on even after 100 yet Alhaji P. A Khuzeima M. Osman who is the natural grandson and Personal Assistant of the Muslim chief has dropped clues of why Sheik Dr. Osman Nuhu Sharubutu amidst different difficulties is as yet alive.

“On the off chance that you need to have long life one is to give a great deal aid. Offer cash to individuals who need it most. Tie obligations of sovereignty and companionship. Connect with your relatives both outer and inner, watch five Daily supplications as coordinated by Allah Sallallahu alayhi wa Salam (SAW)”, he uncovered to Paul Adom Otchere on Good Evening Ghana Monitored by

Sheik Dr. Osman Nuhu Sharubutu was 74 when he was given the situation of the National Chief Imam in 1993 placing him in the spotlight from that point.


Dr. Sharubutu was conceived in Old Fadama in April 23, 1919. His progenitors are of Hausa ethnicity from Northern Nigeria. Most individuals from present-day Hausa people group in Ghana follow their family line to Hausa brokers in Cola nut and domesticated animals who built up flourishing networks in Dagbon, Gonja, Nkoranza, and Ashanti.

His predecessors are that as it may, were not merchants. The British in the 1900 Asante War of Resistance driven by Yaa Asantewaa depended on neighborhood West African hired fighters to battle for their sake. Hausa and Senegalese troopers were enrolled to chase and take the Golden Stool of the Ashanti kingdom. After the war, the Senegalese troopers settled in Cape Coast whiles the Hausa warriors settled around 37 Military Hospital.


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