Two weeks ago or so, I visited one of Zambia’s oldest mosques. This mosque was built in 1949. That’s really before Zambia’s independence that occurred later in 1964. The Nchanga Mosque is situated in Chingola, Zambia.
I am thankful to the Zambia Daily mail who actually published the article I wrote, on their website, so feel free to see it here > Forgotten Pre-independence religious establishment
The visit was successful and the people there were pleased with the idea that they even allowed me to even take photos of the building. Their main hope is that my article can reach the right eyes, possibly Saudi Arabia so that they could receive aid to re-build a new mosque. The building is in such bad shape at the moment.
Thanks to Kaisi Yusuf and Hassan Mana who came over to answer some of my questions and gave me a brief historic background of the relic. Below are some of the Photos I was able to take