The President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo has commissioned a National Mosque complex for the Muslim Religion in Ghana, the Mosque is captured to be the second most biggest Mosque in west Africa. The complex contains a Mosque, an office complex for the National chief Imam, a clinic filled with state of laboratories equipments, a senior high school, Pharmacy, a library and a Morgue, the Grand opening had the presence of the National chief Imam Shaikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu and his leaders, The president of Ghana the Vice president of Ghana And some of Ministers and members of Parliament.
We know Nana Addo is very religious as he is also building a National cathedral for the Christian religion also. The beauty and state of this Mosque has got many applauding the president for such an initiative. The project is set to cost about 10 million dollars, it's a 15,000 seater - capacity mosque complex which is located at Kanda.
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