Prez. Akufo-Addo has commissioned the National Mosque of Ghana Complex for the Muslim Ummah of our nation.
This Complex contains a grand mosque which is the second largest in West Africa, an office complex for the National Chief Imam, a clinic fitted with laboratories and a pharmacy, a library and a morgue.
The Ghana National Mosque is ready for use and will be commissioned today. The project is estimated to cost $10million dollars and was built by the Turkish Hudai Foundation
The 15,000 capacity mosque complex built on a 10 acre land has ancillary facilities including offices and residence for the National Chief Imam, research complex, a senior high school, a clinic, administration block and a conference centre.
The Muslim Umma in Ghana at a point couldn’t build the mosque by themselves, it took the intervention of President John Dramani Mahama who took the National Chief Imam to Turkey to broker a deal with the Turkish government.