The Muslim community in the country is mourning again as it has lost one of its influential personalities.
The Acting Deputy Chief Imam, Ishaka Abubakar, has passed on Saturday dawn, the Office of the National Chief Imam (ONCI) has reported.
The late Imam succeeded his younger brother Sheikh Ahmad Kamaludeen who died aged 103 in September this year.
Sheikh Ishak rose to prominence by his sterling teaching and leadership qualities.
He is reported to have trained over 5,000 Muslim youth on how to read and recite the Holy Quran.
In line with Islamic traditions, he will be buried after the Zuhr [afternoon prayers], ONCI has said.