The National Mosque of Ghana Complex is the second largest mosque in West Africa, towering above the skyline of Accra, the capital city of Ghana. Congregants observe the five daily prayers and the mosque (inclusive of the courtyard) can host a congregation of well over 3000 Muslims, a significant achievement for those who envisioned and sponsored the mosque. The Jumua prayer is regularly led by His Eminence, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubut, the National Chief Imam and Mufti of the Republic of Ghana.
The National Mosque of Ghana is not just a mosque for prayers rather it is a community center for all Ghanians. The Center is committed to preserving an Islamic identity, building and supporting a viable Muslim community, promoting a comprehensive Islamic way of life based on the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad.
Discover our services at the National Mosque of Ghana Foundation, We aim to lead the way in demonstrating the services that a mosque can offer to its patrons and the community in which the mosque is situated.
The National Mosque of Ghana relies on donations from patrons like you keep and maintain the mosque complex as well as finance other activities of the mosque. Please donate for the sake of Allah.
May Allah bless you! Thank you. Those who (in charity) spend of their goods by night and by day, in secret and in public, have their reward with their Lord.