Founder, Islamic Embassy Ghana, Mallam Hafiz Buhari has noted that the leader of the common sense family, Avram Ben Moshe, does not qualify to be a teacher nor talk about their Quran.
In an interview with Rev Nyansa Boakwa on Happy 98.9 FM’s NsemPii, he shared, “He does not qualify to be a teacher because, for example, if you want to be a teacher in mathematics, at least, you must know and follow the fundamentals of mathematics and you will never change those fundamentals you can add some to it but not change it but he is always changing the basis of what he speaks about”.
Mallam Hafiz emphasized that he is a confused man who does not know what he is about.
“He claims to be a Muslim but we do not see him as one of us. Also, after he left Islam he keeps moving from one religion to the other. He moved to Christianity and went as far as establishing churches and getting followers whom he was teaching so people trusted him and after a while, he switched to Buddhism”.
He stated that all these show how confused and uncertain Avram is and as such someone like this cannot teach others.
He is of the view that his followers should ask themselves how he can teach them with the several transitions he has done and keeps doing from one religion to the other.
“What if he decides to change from common sense family to something else? He is a confused person and if he has been able to change religion about thrice it won’t be new for him to change the fourth time” he stated.
“And when he is asked, he always covers up by saying, it is only a fool who doesn’t change his mind but as a teacher, you should always be certain about his or her basis”.
He believes Avram should be questioned about some of the statements he makes because “He is a testimony that the brain cannot guide humans”.
His advice to Avram was, “If you’re still developing, take your time to develop fully and after development, you can come out as a teacher to teach because you cannot teach unless you are taught and if you don’t know you cannot teach so you have to know to teach”.
By: Gyamfuah Owusu-Ackom