Thursday, 28 May 2020

At KSA’s expense, inaugurating Grand Mosque in Marwa City, Cameroon

Yaounde, The Grand Mosque built at the expense of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the supervision of Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance, was inaugurated in the city of Marwa in the Republic of Cameroon last night.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by Advisor at the Royal Court, Member of Senior Scholars Council, Sheikh Dr. Saad bin Nasser Al-Shathri, Assistant Undersecretary of Ministry of Islamic Affairs for Islamic Affairs Sheikh Ahmed bin Issa Al-Hazmi, Imam of the Prophet's Holy Mosque Sheikh Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdulrahman Al-Baeijan, Saudi Ambassador to Cameroon Mohammed bin Sulaiman Al-Mes-har, Director of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Islamic Center in the capital Yaounde Sheikh Antar bin Mohammed AlHazmi, and a number of Cameroonian officials.

The mosque is located on an area of 2700 square meters, and can accommodate 5000 worshipers, including 400 women's prayer halls.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

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