- A National Mosque for Ghana has been commissioned for use by the public
- The building can seat about 15, 000 people at a time. It is believed to be one of Africa's biggest mosques
- The building has an office complex for the National Chief Imam Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, and also has a Senior High School complex
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Photos have emerged online of the completed Ghana National Mosque.
Alleged to cost about $ 10 million, it was funded by the Turkish government. On Friday, July 16, 2021, an event was held to officially commission and open it to the public for use.
Sited at Kanda, it is estimated to be one of Africa's largest mosques. The building is a 15,000 capacity seater mosque complex with several facilities including offices and an office complex for the National Chief Imam.
It also has a research complex, a senior high school, a clinic, an administration block and a conference centre.
Find below pictures of the building
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported on Thursday, July 15, 2021, that Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, the National Chief Imam has lost his son, Abubakar Sharubutu.
Per a myjoyonline.com report, the younger Sharubutu lost his life on Monday, July 12, 2021. It is currently unknown what led to his death.
Until his untimely death, he was the driver of Chief Iman.
In other news, Ibrahim Mahama, a 34-year-old Ghanaian artist who lives in Tamale has narrated how he was able to set up an expensive arts centre in the Northern Region through his art. Narrating his story in an interview on the YouTube channel, Exposed By Bebs, Ibrahim said he has been able to sell artwork for $ 1,000,000 and others at lower but expensive prices.
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