Building a mosque next to Eril’s grave, Ridwan Kamil to name it “Al Mumtadz”

Still of the Al Mumtadz Mosque designed and is being built by Ridwan Kamil for his late son Emmeril “Eril” Kahn Mumtadz. (Source: Instagram/ridwankamil)

Jakarta, IO – The discovery of the body of Emmeril “Eril” Kahn Mumtadz’s, the eldest son of the West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil, two weeks after he went missing at Aare River, Bern, Switzerland, was a moment of great sorrow, but it also brought relief to the bereaved family.

In memory of Eril, Ridwan Kamil has prepared the best place for his son’s final resting place. On Saturday (11/6), he uploaded a song “Time to Say Goodbye” showing a picture of a hearse where Eril’s body will be transported back to Indonesia. Ridwan Kamil also attached a photo of the design of Eril’s grave.

“It’s time for you to return to the land that offers millions of prayers. To the land of the Wali (propagators of Islam), one of whom is your ancestor,” wrote Ridwan Kamil.