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Philantropist donates new mosque to Chief Imam at Agogo


Ohene Kwame Frimpong, a Ghanaian businessman and philanthropist, has erected a new mosque in Agogo, Asante Akyem Municipality, Ashanti Region.

The Agogo Central Mosque can seat 3,000 worshippers and has additional amenities such as a clinic to serve the whole neighborhood.


The inauguration event was attended by high-profile religious and traditional authorities, including the National Chief Imam, Sheik Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu, and was hosted by the Omanhene of Agogo, Nana Akuoko Sarpong.

Mr. Frimpong was prayed for and blessed by the National Chief Imam for his love for mankind, kindness, and desire for peaceful coexistence in the country.

He gave Mr. Frimpong a special appreciation award in celebration of his kindness and outstanding efforts to promote religious peace.

Prayers were led by the Chief Imam and other Islamic authorities in the mosque.

Mr. Frimpong recently announced his desire to run as an Independent Candidate for the Asante Akyem Constituency.

“I truly have the Asante Akyem Constituency at heart,” he said, adding, “and I want to get into a higher position, being an MP, to be able to do more for the people.” I believe I can secure the seat and transform people’s lives with your continued support.”

Mr Frimpong exhibited his devotion to the underprivileged before to the mosque’s opening by making considerable donations to widows and the needy in the Asante Akyem Agogo villages during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Following the successful event, visitors and guests were treated to a refreshment party in a private venue.





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