Category: The Nigerian Mosque


A majestic religious structure, the Bayero University Kano (BUK) Central Mosque routinely draws thousands of worshippers during Friday prayer time. This is the main campus of BUK and houses most of the faculties of the university and the university Senate. Read more…


Abiyo Mosque in Abijo GRA, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos is a building donated to the Abijo community by Crescent Bearers 1939 Lagos. CB 1939 is an association that was set up over 80 years ago. Their focus has been to promote Read more…


Ibadan, the largest city in Nigeria by geographical size. It is the capital city of Oyo state. The current metro area population of Ibadan in 2023 is 3,875,000, a 3.17% increase from 2022. Islam has a long history in the Read more…


Kobiowu Central Mosque is located in Ilorin. An architect from Sailom Concept who graduated from the Federal University of Technology Minna (FUTMINNA), Ilias Sanni, planned and built the mosque. Ilorin is the capital city of Kwara State in North-Central Nigeria. Read more…


The TAOSAF Central Mosque is located in the Nigerian city of Abeokuta (Ogun State). Abeokuta was a walled town, and relics of the old wall still exist. Sheikh At-taoheed Adeshina, principal promoter of the TAOSAF Islamic Foundation, founded the mosque. Read more…


Ipapo Central Mosque is located in Oyo State, Nigeria. The town Ipapo in Itesiwaju Local Government, whose headquarter is situated at Otu. It is situated at longitude 3.5 E and latitude 8.13 N. It has a very large fertile landmark Read more…


The University of Port Harcourt Central Mosque, is a congregational place of prayer for the University Muslim Community. The University Masjid is the centre of community worship of the Five Daily Prayers (Daily Sallat), Friday Prayer Services (Jumu’at) and Islamic Read more…


The large, exquisite Arafat Mosque Complex, which was built by the Auchi community, is a symbol of Islamic worship. Muslims in the Auchi Sacred Kingdom of Edo State, Nigeria worship at the Arafat Mosque. The biggest mosque in southern Nigeria Read more…


On Friday, September 2, 2022, Olabisi Onabanjo University’s (OOU) incredibly contemporary mosque, As-Sujood Mosque, received its official commission. The mosque construction got underway on July 30, 2021, with a groundbreaking ceremony. The 1,200-seat mosque was given to the University Muslim Read more…

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