Deeply rooted in the freedom to worship by the constitution of the country, Ghana has been home to several religious groups who have peacefully coexistence in the past and continue to do so.
For these various religions and religious groups, one key character cuts across, their place of worship.
To some group of people or religion, their place of worship is seen as scared and an important place in their worship. As such, places of worship are kept and maintained with the utmost diligence and respect one could ever find.
For some people, a place of worship should be free from any filth, being it physical or any other form, while for others, a place of worship should be as quite as it could ever be, so ensure sanity and tranquility.
The Muslim community in the country yesterday received one of the best news of the year so far.
A newly built mosque complex (National Mosque of Ghana Complex) has been commissioned by the President of the Country to serve as a place of worship.
This will not only serve as a place of worship, but also has an office complex for the National Chief Imam, a clinic, pharmacy, library and a morgue.
We have some pictures below which is pleasant to the eyes and really amazing to watch. The mosque at night add up to the glowing landscape of Accra.
The grand mosque, in addition to the complex, is the 2nd largest in West Africa.
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