- Samia Nkrumah, daughter of the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah has shared a photos of her father on social media
- Several people are captured in the photos posing with her father and one of them is the late Sheikh Ibrahim Anyass
- Sheikh Ibrahim Anyass was a Senegalese Muslim scholar who devoted his life to sharing knowledge with others
Samia Nkrumah, daughter of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, has celebrated the Islamic holiday, Eid al-Adha, with lovely images of her father.
In the photos, Dr. Nkrumah is seen posing with a number of prominent personalities during his time, one of who was Sheikh Ibrahim Anyass.
Sheikh Anyass was a Senegalese Muslim scholar who was recognized as a major leader of the Tijānī Sufi order of Islam in West Africa.
Sheikh Anyass, whose death on July 26, 1975, surprised a substantial number of people all over the world, spent his life researching and sharing knowledge about Islam.
YEN.com.gh understands that his works reflected in a myriad of areas such as politics, independence, morality and poetry.
The photos shared by Samia Nkrumah have gone viral on social media and also stirred up a debate with respect to those who founded Ghana.
This follows the recent celebration of Founder’s Day in Ghana and the related issue of who should be given the credit.
President Akufo-Addo, in 2018 caused to be laid in Parliament, a Public Holidays Amendment Bill, 2018 which was passed to amend the Public Holiday Act, 2001.
Social media users subsequently engaged in an exchange of opinions about the status of Dr. Nkrumah with regard to the founding of Ghana:
Harding stated clearly that Dr. Nkrumah is the founder of Ghana.
Kevin asked for blessings for their departed souls.
Asiedu expressed hope that Samia would lead the people of Jomoro once again.
To Atta, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah is the African man of the century.
Agyeman stated that Kwame Nkrumah never dies.
To Wechiga, Ghana could never have a president like Dr. Nkrumah ever again.
Meanwhile, two young people have reportedly been arrested by the police, after they attempted to stowaway on a ship.
The suspects almost succeeded with their plan but they were picked up at a port in the Belgian city of Antwerp.
The teens went aboard the MSC Dymphia vessel from San-Pedro in Cote d’Ivoire to Antwerp in Belgium.
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