Transformations in Islamic Education in Ghana

by David Owusu-Ansah

Mamobi Mosque, Accra, showing dual minarets. (1)

Mamobi Mosque, Accra, showing dual minarets. (1)
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From a major link road in Accra, the Mamobi Mosque is seen at a distance. The about two-mile stretch covering the Accra neighborhoods of Mamobi and Nima are overwhelmingly settled by Muslims. There are other Muslim neighborhoods in Accra (such as Fadame, Sukura, and Madina) not represented in the image.

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Mamobi Mosque, Accra, showing dual minarets. (1)
Mamobi Mosque, Accra, showing dual minarets. (1)
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Courtesy of David Owusu-Ansah
Creator: Owusu-Ansah, David
Description: From a major link road in Accra, the Mamobi Mosque is seen at a distance. The about two-mile stretch covering the Accra neighborhoods of Mamobi and Nima are overwhelmingly settled by Muslims. There are other Muslim neighborhoods in Accra (such as Fadame, Sukura, and Madina) not represented in the image.
Date Range: 1990-1999
Location: Mamobi, Greater Accra, Ghana
Format: Image/jpeg
Rights Management: For educational use only.
Contributing Institution: David Owusu-Ansah; MATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online at Michigan State University
Digitizer: David Owusu-Ansah