1. National Mosque Abuja
The Abuja National Mosque, also known as the Nigerian Nationa Mosque, is the national mosque of Nigeria.
The mosque was built in 1984 and is open to the non-Muslim public, except during congregational prayers.
2. Ilorin Central Mosque
The new ultra-modern Juma’at Central Mosque of the ancient city of Ilorin, the Kwara state capital is a centre to behold.
The 20, 000 capacity mosque no doubt, has added to the list of tourists’ attraction centres in the country.
Central Mosque, Offa
3. Borno Central Mosque
The Mosque was first built in 1918 before it was demolished in 1986 for the purpose of expansion and remodeling.
Influential indigenes and previous governments had tried to complete the mosque, but the project was stalled until it was restarted by Governor Kashim Shettima’s administration and completed in late 2018 after 33 years of its commencement.
3. Bashir Uthman Tofa Mosque in Gandun Albasa, Kano
This is the Bashir Uthman Tofa Mosque in Gandun Albasa, Kano State, Nigeria. The architecture is majestically enchanting.
Alhaji Tofa was the National Republican Convention (NRC) candidate in the annulled Nigeria’s June 12, 1993, presidential election.
4. Emir of Kano Mosque
The Emir of Kano mosque is located in Kano State.
5. Lagos Central Mosque
6. Minna Central Mosque, Niger state
7. Masjid Bani kumasi, Katsina
Malumfashi central mosque, Funtua
8. Central mosque Azare, Bauchi State
9. Zaria central mosque, Zazzau, Kaduna state
10. Sultan Bello Mosque, Kaduna
11. Aiyepe Central Mosque, Ogun state