A student of the Islamic Sciences and teacher. Born in Guyana in the late seventies and was raised in Georgetown where he became Muslim in the early nineties.
In childhood he was always quite concerned with the questions of origin and purpose (where we are from, why we are here, and what is before and after death) so becoming Muslim in high school was (and remains) something of incalculable significance in his life, which would never be the same.
Being eager to learn the basics of the Religion with various local scholars, he gradually became more and more involved in religious activity until by 1996 and dedicated his life to serving the Religion in whatever way he could. At the time he was giving sermons and involved in teaching and missionary activity with the blessing of local scholars of the Salafi movement. In 1997 he set off for the Muslim world where he spent one year in Saudi Arabia and another in Jordan learning Arabic. His time in Saudi Arabia saw him become disillusioned with the Salafi movement and he sought out Jordan as an alternative place to study.