The national chief Imam Sheikh Nuhu Osman Sharubutu has denied rumors going round to the effect that he owns a disputed land in Ablekuma.
At a press briefing in his Fadama office in Accra on Thursday September 10,the 101 year chief Mufti of Ghana said he is not aware of any parcel of land belonging to himself, the only land he had was the one he bequeathed to the building of a mosque.
He was worried by the misuse of his name and office by selfish people for their selfish interests and said, the chief Imam office exist to serve the welfare of both Muslims and non Muslims.
Sheikh Osaman Sharubutu said
" I want to depart the world with my dignity and integrity intact. "
The office of national Imam is highly respected office by both Muslims and non Muslims in Ghana and has been officially recognized as the Muslim unifying symbol.
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