Photos have emerged online of the completed Ghana National Mosque.
The national Mosque is alleged to cost about $10 million, and was funded by the Turkish Hudai Foundation.
An event was held earlier today to officially commission and open the place of worship to the public for use.
The Mosque which is sited at Kanda is estimated to be one of Africa’s largest mosques ever. The building is a 15,000 capacity seater mosque complex with several facilities including offices and a residence for the National Chief Imam.
It also has a research complex, a senior high school, a clinic, an administration block and a conference centre
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