Ground Breaking Ceremony Of Mosque Project Takes Place In Fuvahmulah City

On December 13th, Vice President, Faisal Naseem, graced the ground-breaking ceremony in Fuvahmulah City in which the development of a new mosque will take place near the Dhoodigan district's harbor in the island.

Speaking at the project's inauguration ceremony, VP Faisal stated that the island’s residents, long-held desire to have a mosque built in their neighborhood has finally come true. He then went on to discuss the administration's high regard for religious matters and national growth.

The development of the new mosque set to be finished in 365 days, is a government funded initiative of MVR 11.9 million. Built in a contemporary style, the mosque can hold up to 500 people. The ceremony was attended by members of the Cabinet and prominent officials from the administration and Fuvahmulah City.

Furthermore, VP Faisal inspected the Fuvahmulah Harbour, as well as the progress of the operation to block the old navigation channels that VP himself had initiated back on October 2021.