Sad’r Islamic Anjuman was dynamic. It was a genuine pioneer of Islam in Guyana, and served as a representative body of the Muslims. Its achievements are numerous, and within a short period of three years it gained for the Muslims recognition and respect. The unification of the Sad’r and TIA to form the United Sad’r Islamic Anjuman serves as an example for the current organizations and leaders in Guyana. The activities and involvement of the United Sad’r Islamic Anjuman of British Guiana from the 1960s showed the destructive consequences when leaders act irresponsibly and become clumsily involved in national politics. Most unfortunately over almost five decades, our leaders in Guyana seemed to have not much from the history of the United Sad’r Islamic Anjuman.