The land and centre are on a 3.25 hactares of land.
Baba-Kusa presented the legal documents of the land, including the mosque and the edifice, to the Chairman, Board of Trustees of the centre, Prof. Ibrahim Sulaiman, at Wuse 2, FCT.
The idea of the mosque was conceived in 2005 during Umrah (lesser Hajj) and eventually acquired the land, constructed and completed the mosque while prayer started in July 2012.
Baba-Kusa said he decided to donate the property for the sake of the Almighty Allah and his commitment to the advancement of Islam and Muslim community in the country.
“I thank God for giving me the opportunity to be here personally because I have been down for over two years, but to God be the glory, I’m healthy today.
“On behalf of myself and family that we decided to give half of the entire land housing the Al-Noor mosque to the International Centre for Islamic Culture and Education (ICICE) for the benefits of Muslim ummah.
“So half of it is about 3.25 hectares of land, which is here 3.25 hactares.
“This include the building we are in now, the mosque expansion and the proposed parking lots which we have at the tip end of the plots.
“And this is for the benefit of Muslims all over not only in Abuja but others that will be coming because there are so many activities that will be going on.”
He expressed optimism that the centre would continue to be a reference point and platform for the propagation of Islam.
“I hope at the end of the day this centre will be a platform for Muslims in the country.
“I am happy that I’m part of it today and part of this ceremony to handover all these documents to Prof. Ibrahim Sulaman, who has being the Chairman, Board of Trustees of Al-Noor Mosque since 2012, when we started operating.
“And this is about 11 years and to God be the glory, it is done and that is a great day. I am happy really to see that I’m donating for the sake of Allah for the use of Islam.”