Hajia Nabeela N. Wahab Hammond is the current General Secretary of Lajna Imaillah Ghana. Prior to this she served in various capacities in Lajna Imaillah including the Regional Isha’at Secretary of the then Greater Accra Region in 2010; National Isha’at Secretary in 2011; a position she held until she was appointed National General Secretary in 2016.
In 2017, she requested leave from the position of General Secretary on medical grounds and handed over to the Naib General Secretary the time.
In 2018, she was re-appointed General Secretary during the tenure of our Late Sadr, Hajia Rukia Khalid.
Hajia Naeema served as General Secretary until 2020 when she was again appointed General Secretary during the tenure of Sadr Hajia Anisa Nasirudeen Iddrisu Sahiba.
In the year 2020, Sadr Hajia Anisa Nasirudeen Iddrisu Sahiba also appointed Hajia Naeema Coordinator of the Workshop and Training Committee and Coordinator of the Centenary Committee of Lajna, positions she holds currently.
Hajia Naeema was called to the Ghana Bar to practice as a lawyer in October, 2008. She was adjudged the overall best female student of her class.
She holds an LLM in International Maritime Law obtained from the International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI) in Malta in 2012, where she graduated as the best overall student of her class.
She practiced as a lawyer from the Office of the Attorney-General in Ghana from 2008 until July 2022 when Alhamdulillah she was appointed by the President of Ghana as a High Court Judge.
On her own behalf and on behalf of National Amila, Lajna members in Ghana and beyond Sadr Hajia Anisa Nasirudeen Iddrisu Sahiba wishes to express our profound gratitude to Allah Subhanahu Wata’Allah for elevating our own Hajia Nabeela Naeema Wahab Hammond to the status of a High Court Judge, Masha’Allah.
We congratulate her and pray for success in her new office.
May we remember her in our prayers in order that Allah may out of His Grace guide her affairs and enable her to conduct herself and administer justice in a manner that is in accord with the laws of Ghana and may be pleasing to Him. Amen.
Her Ladyship, Ayekoo!