The Abuja Mosque is located in the capital of Nigeria. A lot of believers come here to worship every week. The scenery here is beautiful and pleasant. The mosque building also has a history of a hundred years. Very magnificent.
Today, I went into the mosque. There were stalls on the ground and many people were lying down. The lady needed a headscarf to cover my hair when I went in. The person in charge gave me a headscarf to cover my hair because I was wearing my hair. Ladies worship on the second floor, and men on the first floor. Because I was curious about the first floor, later the mosque staff cast spells so that our ladies could enter the men's floor. The top of the mosque is very beautiful and very high. The main source of their money is the library, which also has an open-air market selling all kinds of things. not bad.
one of the best mosques in the whole country with an amzing view
It's really magnificent, and it's shocking by the appearance. But it was a pity that there was no chance to go in under martial law. It is worth watching, and it is a good place to worship for Muslims. Located in the center of Abuja, very close to the Hilton Hotel, it is magnificent, especially when the capital Abuja is mostly Muslim.
It's really powerful, and it's shocking to see the outside. But it was a pity that there was no opportunity to go in during the martial law. It's worth watching, and it's even more a place of worship for Muslims. Feeling very local.