Abdul Wahab South Indian from Kerala dies of suspected cardiac arrest
Abdul Wahab (46), is a Malayalee originally from Alappuzha, South Indian state Kerala, residing in Manchester passed away on Monday due to suspected cardiac arrest. Abdul Wahab was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis of the lungs a few weeks back and was undergoing treatment for it. Pulmonary fibrosis is the formation or development of excess fibrous connective tissue (fibrosis) in the lungs. It is also described as “scarring of the lung”.
Abdul Wahab from is survived by wife Naseela Wahab, who works as a nurse and children Sarina Wahab (Year 10), Abdul Wahab (Year 7). The family moved to the UK a few years back from Saudi Arabia. Naseela is from Maliekkal in Alappuzha and Abdul Wahab is from Ajmeer Manzil in Alappuzha.
Abdul Wahab (46) from Kerala, South India dies of suspected cardiac arrest
Funeral of Abdul Wahab, will take place today in Manchester, UK. The body will be laid to the public to pay their last respects today from 11am to 2pm at the North Manchester Jamia Mosque. The timings are from 11am to 12.30pm for women and from 12.30 to 2pm its for men, local reports said.
The Abdul Wahab’s body is kept at the North Manchester
Behind Cheetham Hill World wide,
3 Woodlands Road,
ഖബറടക്കം is at 2.30pm at Southern Cemetery, 212 Barleymoor Road, Chorlton, Manchester, M21 7GL.
For further details please contact Shyne on 07563559166 or Saju 07878969455.
North Manchester Malayalee Association members are offering all help and assistance to the family.
Meanwhile, a note has been published by a local media stating that friends and family of Late Abdul Wahab has requested UK media not to sensationalise or use this news to collect money.
BritishSouthIndians.co.uk offers its sincere condolences to Abdul Wahab’s family.
Courtsey – http://www.ukmalayalee.com