List of Ahmadis
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This is an incomplete list of notable Ahmadis.
- 1 Religious figures
- 2 Royalty
- 3 Artists
- 4 Politicians
- 5 Military people
- 6 Scientists
- 7 Sportspersons
- 8 Others
- 9 References
- Mirza Ghulam Ahmad - The founder of the Ahmadiyya movement
- Maulana Hakeem Noor-ud-Din - First Caliph
- Mirza Basheer-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad - Second Caliph
- Mirza Nasir Ahmad - Third Caliph
- Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Fourth Caliph
- Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Fifth Caliph
- Mufti Muhammad Sadiq
- A. R. Dard
- Abdul Rahim Nayyar
- Maulvi Sher Ali
- Fateh Muhammad Sial
- Shams ud Din Khan
- Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din
- Maulana Muhammad Ali
- Malik Ghulam Farid
- Mirza Bashir Ahmad
- Khwaja Nazir Ahmad
- Qazi Muhammad Yousaf
- Basharat Ahmad
- Bashir Ahmad Orchard - first Missionary of the Ahmadiyya Community of European descent
- Abdul Wahab Adam - Ameer (Head) of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana; member of National Peace Council; member of National Reconciliation Commission
Lahore Ahmadiyya Emirs
- Kpodégbé Lanmanfan Toyi Djigla - King of the Fon State of Alada; President of the Supreme Council of Kings of Benin
- Adetutu Akinmou Akikenju VI - King of the Yoruba State of Sabe, Benin
- Akpaki Dagbara II - King of the Bariba State of Paraku, Benin
- Egba Kotan II - King of the Yoruba State of Dassa, Benin
- Orou Igbo Akambi - King of Toui, Benin
- Musendiku Buraimoh Adeniji Adele II - King of Lagos, Nigeria
- Mumuni Koray - Ruler of Wa, Ghana
- Khalil Gamanga - Paramount Chief of the Simbaru Chiefdom, Kenema District, Sierra Leone
- Kenawa Gamanga - Paramount Chief of the Simbaru Chiefdom, Kenema District, Sierra Leone
- Yusef Lateef – American Ahmadi spokesperson; Jazz multiinstrumentalist; Grammy Award winner
- Ahmad Jamal - American jazz pianist
- Art Blakey - American jazz drummer
- Rudy Powell - American jazz reed player
- Sahib Shihab - American jazz Saxophonist
- Dakota Staton - American jazz vocalist
- McCoy Tyner - American jazz pianist
- Sadik Hakim - American jazz panist
- Abbey Lincoln - American jazz vocalist, songwriter, actress
- Talib Dawud - Anitguan-born American jazz Trumpeter
- Ahmed Abdul-Malik - American jazz double bassist
- Idrees Sulieman – American jazz Trumpeter
- Aziz Kashmiri - Kashmiri journalist
- Wage Rudolf Supratman- Indonesian National Hero and songwriter; wrote the national anthem of Indonesia - "Indonesian Raya"
- Muhammad Fazal Khan Changwi - translator of works by Ibn Arabi
- Qalandar Momand - Pakistani poet, writer, journalist, critic, academician, lexicographer. Recipient of Pakistan's Pride of Performance civil award, the National Award for Democracy and Sitara-e-Imtiaz
- Obaidullah Aleem - Urdu poet
- Babatunde Jose - Nigerian Journalist
- Hadayatullah Hübsch - German writer and journalist
- Khola Maryam Hübsch - German writer and journalist, daughter of Hadayatullah.
- Rehan Qayoom - British Writer.
- Qasim Rashid - American writer
- Sabir Zafar - Pakistani songwriter, lyricist and poet.
- Mahershala Ali - American actor; First Muslim actor to win an Oscar
- Saira Wasim - Pakistani-born American miniature paint artist
- Alhaji Mahama Iddrisu - member of the Council of State and former Minister for Defence
- Alhaji Malik Al-Hassan Yakubu - member of Pan-African Parliament and former Minister for Interior
- Kobina Tahir Hammond - Member of Parliament for Adansi Asokwa, Ashanti Region
- Ameen Salifu - Member of Parliament for Wa East, Upper West Region
- Alhaji Issifu Ali - former Co-chairman of the National Democratic Congress
- Musheibu Mohammed Alfa - Deputy Minister of Environment, Science and Innovation
- Mahmud Khalid - former Minister of State for Upper West Region
- Alhaji Mumuni Abudu Seidu - former Minister of State without portfolio; former Member of Parliament, Wa Central, Upper West Region
- Alhaji Mogtari Sahanun - former Ghana ambassador to Burkina Faso; former Minister of State for Upper West Region
- Alhaji Abdul Azeez Kolawole Adeyemo - Member of Parliament, front-line member of Action Group political party, Ondo State Parliamentary Co-ordinator
- Alhaji Jibril Martin - president of the Nigerian Youth Movement; cofounder and chairman of the Hajj Pilgrims’ Board of Nigeria’s western region
- Muhammad Zafrulla Khan - first Foreign Minister of Pakistan, President of the UN General Assembly, President of the International Court of Justice
- Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum - Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; founder Islamia College University, Pakistan
- Farimang Mamadi Singateh - second and last Governor General of The Gambia
- Sahibzada Abdul Latif - Afghan Ahmadi Muslim martyr; king Abdur Rahman Khan's advisor; government representative for the Durand Line
- Amir Abedi - first African mayor of Dar es Salam, Tanzania
- Barakat Ahmad - Indian diplomat
- Muhammad Fiaz - Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada
- Tariq Ahmad - Member of the House of Lords, UK
- Iftikhar A. Ayaz - Tuvaluan consular official, UK
- Air Marshal Zafar Chaudhry - first Chief of Air Staff and a three-star general of the Pakistan Air Force
- Lieutenant General Akhtar Hussain Malik - lieutenant general of the Pakistan Army
- Major General Iftikhar Janjua Shaheed - major general of the Pakistan Army; 1965 war hero, killed in the 1971 war
- Lieutenant General Abdul Ali Malik - Pakistani war hero of the Chawinda, 1965 Indo-Pakistan war
- Major General Abdullah Saeed - Commandant of the Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul, Chief Martial Law Administrator for Baluchistan, Pakistan
- Abdus Salam - first Pakistani and first Muslim recipient of a Nobel Prize in Physics
- Mujaddid Ahmed Ijaz - Pakistani-American experimental physicist noted for his role in discovering new isotopes
- Mojib Latif - German meteorologist and oceanographer of Pakistani descent
- Hafiz Saleh Muhammad Alladin - Indian astronomer, professor at Osmania University, Hydrabad, India
- Clement Lindley Wragge - New Zealander meteorologist
- Baron Omar Rolf von Ehrenfels - Austrian German Orientalist and anthropologist
- Muhammed Iqbal Dar - He coined the name Tanzania to the old country Tanganyika and Zanzibar
- M M Ahmad - former executive director and vice president of the World Bank
- Aslam Khan - CEO Vodafone Fiji
- Nazhat Shameem  - Former High Court Judge, Fiji
- Justice Saeed Kwaku Gyan - Appeal Court Judge, Ghana
- Shaista Shameem - Indo-Fijian lawyer; former director of the Fiji Human Rights Commission
- Sitara Brooj Akbar - Youngest O'Levels and IELTS candidate.
- Faysal Sohail - American venture capitalist
- Atif Mian - Princeton University economist
- Asad Shah - British murder victim of a religiously-motivated attack
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