The former Kano state governor and the New Nigeria People Party (NNPP) presidential candidate Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has donated a Jumaat mosque to immortalise his father Late Alhaji Musa Sale Kwankwaso as part of activities to mark his 66th birthday celebrations.
The mosque, which was opened in memory of Late Musa Sale Kwankwaso, the Majidadin Kano and former district head of Modobi local government in Kano died on 24th December, 2020 attracted representatives from within and outside state.
Senator Kwankwaso, while growing up in his training, learned from various Islamic scholars that whoever wants to honor his parents, let him give charity on their behalf, because the reward of charity will reach the deceased and benefit them.
He stated at the outset that the mosque is his “own way of honoring his late father.”
“I pray that Allah accepts his act of Ibadah and sends him the rewards.”
While delivering a maiden Friday sermon at the new Jumaat mosque, with capacity to contain over two thousand worshipers
Shiek Ali Abdullahi preached on truthfulness as a major character of an obedient Muslim faithful.
The ultra-modern mosque was named Alh. Musa Kwankwaso Masjid built at miller road, Bompai, Kano.
Senator Kwankwaso celebrate 66th birthday in a series of colourful events.