In 2022, the Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs intends to invest more than 758 million dirhams in the construction and rehabilitation of mosques across the country.
According to the sector budget of the Ministry of Habous and Islamic Affairs, adopted at the end of last week in parliament, more than 758 million dirhams will be mobilized for the construction and rehabilitation of mosques.
Thus, Morocco will have 15 new mosques in 2022, the construction of which should cost 120 million dirhams, the document indicates. The ministry headed by Ahmed Taoufiq also announced the end of the work and the opening of 157 mosques in September 2021, specifying that these places of worship were erected in partnership with associations and patrons. This dynamic will continue in 2022 and for this purpose, 13 lots of land will be made available to partners, he assured.
For the year 2022, Morocco also plans to finalize the construction of the Mohammed VI mosque in Conakry, Guinea, for 127 million dirhams, as well as the repair work of the Mohammed VI mosque in Yamoussoukro, in Côte – Ivory, for 9 million dirhams.