Rare youthful photo of Ghana's National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, has surfaced on social media and it has some Ghanaians 'blossoming' with excitement.
With a new age comes new beginnings and sometimes a dig into your past for nostalgic moments whilst celebrating the possibilities of the future.
Well, a times some individuals can be diabolic by focusing on your flaws. But who will with the Chief Imam when there's so much coolness in one man!
After 26-years of hailing the highest Muslim religious authority, he remains one of the most influential voices in the country.
Ghana’s National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, turned a century old on Tuesday, April 23, 2019.
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His 100th birthday anniversary received thousands of well wishes from loved ones including some of the most influential people in the country.
Beyond the powerful figure is a man who has young people at heart, whose fashion sense also affirms fashion trends reflecting an individual's persona and style.
YEN.com.gh spins the wheel of time backward to take a look at youthful state of the Chief Imam in the latest photo making rounds on social media.
And the “fine-boy” image of the National Chief Imam as a young man has Ghanaians excited.
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Truly, fashion is what you make it and the eminent leader still had his beard game on at a young age.
The verified photo has people especially ladies already remarking that the Islamic leader was a ladies man.
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