- A Nigerian man identified on Twitter as @official_mukhthar has taken to the microblogging site to celebrate an old man
- Mukhthar said that the old man who had re-written the entire Quran with his hands recently passed on
- The young man then prayed that God should grant the old man the highest level of paradise
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A young man identified as @official_mukhthar on Twitter has taken to the microblogging site to share the news of the death of an old man who achieved great feats in his religion, Islam.
Mukhthar said that the old man had re-written the entire Quran with his hands and that he has now passed on.
Age is a limiting factor for many people as they are not able to do some things like they would have done during their youth.
Despite that, some old people have proven to be determined especially when it comes to matters of God. The late old man had been known to re-write the entire Quran with his hands, a task that can take months for less dedicated people.
After Mukhthar shared the news of the man’s death, he also prayed for God to grant him the highest level of paradise.
The young man also shared photos of the old man writing the Quran with ink on a scribe.
@official_mukhthar tweeted: “This man wrote the entire holy Qur'an with his own hands and died few days ago. May Allah grant him a highest level of paradise.”
See his post below:
Another Twitter user noted how good the late old man was while alive.
RIP to the dead.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that a young lady took to social media to show off her 96-year-old father who still actively performs acts of worship at his old age.
AlimJoda said that despite being 96 years old, her father was still able to finish reciting the Quran every three days and that he also fasts during the month of Ramadan and also leads them in Tarawih prayers.
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