The late Sheikh Ja'afar Mahmoud Adam was born in Daura, in the early 1960s. Ja'afar started his blackboard education at his home in Daura, with his sister's husband, Mallam Haruna, who is also their blood brother. He was later transferred to Malam Umaru in Koza, a village north of Daura in Katsina State. After coming to Kano with this teacher in 1971 he stayed at Malam Abdullahi's school in Fagge.
Sheikh Ja'afar had already started memorizing the Holy Qur'an, which he completed in 1978. After memorizing the Qur'an, he realized the need for Boko Haram education and began his modern studies in 1980. He also attended the Egyptian Cultural Center at the Egyptian Cultural Center and later joined the Boko Haram Adult Evening Classes in 1983. graduated from Boko Haram and Arabia, where he enrolled at GATC Gwale in 1984, and graduated in 1988. A year later, he passed the Islamic University of Madinah.
It was at this prestigious Islamic University of Madinah that he studied Tafsir and Qur'anic Studies, which he graduated in 1993. It was at this time that his Qur'anic exegesis was first heard in Maiduguri,Sheikh Ja'afar later completed his Masters degree at Oundurman Islamic University in Sudan. Prior to his death, he was a PhD student at Usman Danfodio University in Sokoto. According to him, among his Islamic scholars were his first teacher, an Egyptian, Sheikh Abdul - Aziz Ali al - Mustafa, and Mallam Nuhu in the Dandago area of Kano,It was under Malam Dandago that the deceased studied Maliki jurisprudence and other hadith books. Other scholars include Muhammad Shehu, a Lokoja man, whom Malam studied grammar, grammar, eloquence and literature. Sheikh Abubakar Jibrin, the Imam of BUK Friday Mosque; Ahmad Muhammad Ibrahim is also from Bayero University, Kano. This great scholar of Hadith Ahmad Ibrahim is still alive.
Sheikh Abubakar Jibrin, the Imam of BUK Friday Mosque; Ahmad Muhammad Ibrahim is also from Bayero University, Kano. This great scholar of Hadith Ahmad Ibrahim is still alive. Among his university professors are Sheikh Abdurrafi'u and Dr. Khalid Assabt and others. Lessons and Lessons He Taught in His Life Among the lessons he taught were the exegesis of the Holy Qur'an. Ja'afar Adam has recited the Qur'an almost twice at the Muhammad Indimi Mosque in Maiduguri, Borno State, over the years. He also recited the Kitabuttauhiid of Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdulwahab, and the books of hadith of Umdatul Ahkaa Arba'una Hadiith.
Other lessons include an outstanding theological book entitled, He also recited the Kitabuttauhiid of Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdulwahab, and the books of hadith of Umdatul Ahkaam, Arba'una Hadiith. Other lessons include an outstanding theological book called Kashfusshubuhaat. He also read the books of Bulugul Maraam, Riyaadussalihiin, Siiratun Nabawiy, and Ahkaamul Janaa'iz, Siffatus Salaatun Nabiiy by Muhammad NasirudDeen Albany. Some of the students are Rabi'u Umar R / Lemo, Sani Abdullahi Alhamidi Dorayi, Abdullah Usman Gadon Kaya, Usman Sani Haruna and Ibrahim Abdullahi Sani. Others were the disciples of the late mother, Mallam Ali Yunus Muhammad and Dr. Salisu and Mallam Shehu Hamisu Kura and Mallam Anas Muhammad Madabo. Prior to his death, Malam undertook a major project of translating his commentaries into Hausa under the auspices of the Sheikh Ja'afar Islamic Documentation Center. The late Sheikh Ja'afar Mahmoud Adam passed away on Friday 26 / Rabi'u Awwal / 1428 (dated 13/04/2007). The teacher died leaving two wives, and six children, while his seventh child was born exactly 58 days after his assassination. Tens of thousands of people from across the country attended his funeral, and he was buried in Dorayi Cemetery. May Allah forgive him and reward him with Paradise.
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