Some Ghanaians have likened the tomb of Lawyer Kwadwo Owusu Afiriyie ((popularly known as Sir John) to a self-contained house. The amount used to construct the flashy resting place of Former New Patriotic Party Scribe has not come to public domain.
Another beautiful edifice has surfaced in media circles. It is believed to be the resting place of the Late Islamic Scholar Sheikh Mohammed Salisu Shaban.
Though the exterior designs are not out. However, the materials used to dress the interior parts of that tomb speaks volumes and looks like a mansion.
It is not clear as to why the family of the Late Cleric, his followers and the entire Tijaniyya Sect put up this sporty tomb as Muslims are not used to this practice (building flashy tombs).
Comparing Lawyer Kwadwo Owusu Afiriyie's tomb to that of Sheikh Mohammed Salisu Shaban's can not be conclusive as Ghanaians need to see the interior and exterior decorations respectively.
Sheikh Mohammed Salisu Shaban passed away in the month of April this year. Close sources reveal that, family members and loved ones visit the Sheikh''s tomb frequently reasons best known to them.
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