This book focuses on the history of Islam in the Volta Region of Ghana with special emphasis on Ave Afiadenyigba. As a background to the study, the book traces the origins of the faith in North Africa, West Africa, Ghana and ultimately the study area. It examines the roles of Muslim scholars, healers, merchants and traditional rulers in the advent and spread of Islam in the sub region. This book further discusses the advent of Muslim sects in the study area and highlights the contributions of early Muslim settlers and converts to the introduction and development of Islam to the area. This book also touches on the beliefs and practices of the indigenous inhabitants of the study area and the nature of Muslim-Muslim and Muslim Christian relations . This book will help readers appreciate the history and development of Islam in Ghana in general and the Volta Region in particular.