Ghana’s newly built national Mosque is set to host 15000 person capacity complex built on a 10 acre classified as the second largest Mosque in West Africa.
The Turkish government in collaboration with the Government of Ghana has provided the Muslims community that first biggest Mosque in the country.
The edifice is set to be one of the complex building in Ghana and second in West Africa which was built on a 10 acre land in Nima Accra.
The building is hold facilities including offices and residence for the National Chief Imam, research complex, a senior high school, a clinic, administration and Conference Centre.
it was sold financed by the Turkish government with human resources support from the Government of Ghana