He represented the International
Headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission on various occasions in Canada,
Germany, Benin, Mali, Cote D'ivoire, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Liberia and Sierra
Leone. He also acted for the Supreme Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in
his absence from the International Headquarters.
In recognition of his unalloyed quest for peace and harmony, as well as his selflessness, he was given the Ambassador for Peace Award and the Distinguished Religious and Selfless Award by the Inter-Religious and International Federation for World Peace based in Korea and the Louisiana State University, USA, respectively. He have also been honoured by the Government of Ghana with the Companion of the Order of the Volta for his remarkable contribution to education, health, agriculture, peace and stability in the country.His impressive achievements include the following:
He has researched and published in such areas as Islam and Apartheid and Islam & Christianity. Under his distinguished leadership, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission in Ghana has witnessed phenomenal expansion of its educational and health institutions and facilities across the length and breadth of the country. Currently, the Ahmadiyya Mission runs about 400 schools, including Junior and Senior High Schools, Teacher Training College, Missionary Training College and Girls' Vocational Training Centre.
H. E. Mr. John Agyekum Kufuor, President of the Republic of
Ghana, presenting a national award - Companion of the Order
of the Volta - to Maulvi A. Wahab Adam, Ameer and Missionary-
In-Charge, Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana, for
meritorious service to the country
Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission organizes free medical camps in the remote parts of
the country to bring health delivery to the door step of the rural folk.
In the name of his mother, Ayesha Akua Woro, he has established the Ayesha Foundation as a concrete demonstration of his love to assist the poor and needy, especially those who suffer from human rights abuses.
He was awarded the honourary degree of P. H. D. On 10th of November, 2007 from the university of Cape Coast.
Former Members of the National Executive Council of the U.K Jama’at. 4th from right is Maulana Ata-ul-Mujeeb Rashid, 6th from right is Maulvi A. Wahab Adam (both Deputy Imams of the London Mosque). In the middle of them is Imam B. A. Rafiq, the then Imam of the London Mosque.
“Surely, to Allah we belong and to Him shall we return.” (Al Quran 2:157)