Archives 21 Apr, 2016


The Mission has a structured organizational frame work. It has a network of branches. The branch is the basic unit of our organization. The branches have their executives for decision making and administration purposes. The number of people who accept and adopt the principles of the Mission in a particular town/mosque form the branch membership. These persons would have a responsibility of monthly membership contribution (infaak) to support the developmental agenda of the Mission.


Ghana Muslim Mission has built Mission houses which serve as administrative offices and accommodations for its Imams and other officers of the Mission across the regions and in some districts.



The Ghana Muslim Mission Youth organises seminars and conferences for its members to provide life skills and entrepreneural skills to help them become better persons.


The Ghana Muslim Mission has a stronger passion for education. Ghana Muslim Mission believes that there could be no development without education. This is the reason why majority of its efforts are geared towards education.

Basic Education

The Mission has 115 basic schools across the country. These include kindergarten, Primary, and Junior High School.

Senior High School Education

The Mission has two Senior High Schools. These include Islamic Senior High School, Kumasi and Ghana Muslim Mission Senior High School, Beposo, Ashanti Region. Lands have been secured, duly, for the establishment of more Senior High Schools in the following areas; Asankrangwa and Sefwi Boako in the Western Region, Mankasim in the Central Region, Koforidua and Donkorkrom in the Eastern Region and Domeabra in the Greater Accra Region.

Tertiary Education University

The Mission has acquired 9.5 acres of land at Esreso in the Bosomtwe District of Ashanti to establish a University. Esreso is one and half kilometer drive from Kumasi metropolis. The first block of the building is now under construction.The Ghana Muslim Mission University is intended to run the following course;

First Phase
  • Islamic theology and education
  • Linguistics (Arabic, English, French and Twi languages) with education and International Relations

Business programmes
  • Logistics and procurement
  • Business management
  • Human resource management

Second Phase
  • Nursing
  • Medicine
  • Engineering

Colleges of Education

The Mission would be admitting students into its first college of education next academic year, In Sha Allah. The college of education has been established at Buipe in the Central Gonja District of the Northern Region and also at Beposo in the Sekyere Central Ditrict of Ashanti Region. This is to train more Muslims to teach in the numerous Islamic schools in the country.

Nursing College

The Mission is establishing a nursing training college at New Kokrompe, near Atebubu in the Brong- Ahafo Region. It has also built hospital at Beposo in the Ashanti Region but yet to be operational.


The Mission embarks on the following training activities;

  • Imam’s workshop
  • Mentorship programs for Muslim Professionals
  • Workshop for branch, district, regional and national executive members
  • Workshop for leaders of the women, men and the youth wing’s
  • Pre-hajj training for prospective pilgrims

Weekend Arabic/Islamic studies for all Muslims in general in the following categories;

  • The Children
  • The Youth
  • The Adult ( Male and Female Category)


Ghana Muslim Mission scholarship scheme has produced a number of professionals in the fields of medicine, law, teaching, business, administration and security services. Again the Mission has assisted a lot of widows, orphans and the destitute by getting most of a sustainable income.


The da’wa programmes have successfully reverted a lot of people into the religion of Islam yearly. Again the Mission has led the settlement of several disputes within the Muslim communities which would have turned sour. Maa Sha Allah! The Mission is a major player in ensuring peaceful co-existence among the people of Ghana, and has played that role successfully especially before, during and after election years.


In order not to over rely on the individual members for financial assistance, Ghana Muslim Mission has recently developed some small scale businesses to generate income;
Asempa Bakeries

This venture produces bread to feed students in its Senior High Schools to generate funds to support some of its activities. The establishment of Ghana Muslim Mission Restaurant and Ghana Muslim Mission Education Charity (GMM E – CHARITY) are in the pipeline.
GMM Restaurant

The intention here is to provide food and drinks for sale to students in its Senior High Schools, its members and the general public to generate income.
GMM E-Charity

The objective of GMM-E Charity includes;
To provide financial assistance and support to brilliant but needy Muslim and non-Muslim students to further their education.