Personal Assistant to the National Chief Imam of Ghana; Executive Director, Islamic Peace and Security Council (IPASEC)
Dr. Mohammed Marzuq Abubakari is a lecturer, journalist, and researcher on a wide range of issues in language, education, and religion. He holds a PhD in English as a second language (ESL), an MA in adult education (ESL specialty), and a BFA in television production. He attended the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI), University of Ghana, Legon, and Ain Shams University, Egypt. He is an alumnus of the Oxford University Symposium on Religious Studies. Abubakari is the columnist of Literary Discourse on myjoyonline.com and Language Agenda on modernghana.com. In addition, he is the personal assistant to His Eminence the National Chief Imam. Abubakari has presented several academic papers at renowned universities abroad. Among these universities are the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, both in the UK. Others are Arthur L. Carter Institute of Journalism, New York University, and Georgia Southern University in the United States. Currently, Abubakari lectures functional English and academic writing at the University of Applied Management, Ghana. He is also the executive director of the Islamic Peace and Security Council (IPASEC), and a member of the Governing Board of the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund). He is a multilinguist in Arabic, English, and French.