Black Muslim History
In October 1999, the Nation of Islam opened an information center in Accra, Ghana to officially begin the Nation of Islam Ghana Mission. The center would serve “as a bridge between Africans in the Diaspora and our brothers and sisters at home,” explained Minister Abdul Akbar Muhammad, the newly African Representative of the Nation of Islam as he spoke to an eager crowd of Ghanaians including government officials and students.
The center offers the books, audio and video tapes of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad and Minister Louis Farrakhan, The Final Call Newspaper as well as a variety of Black literature.
Min. Akbar was a wise choice for the position, in part, due to his vast international traveling experience and his large knowledge of Black history, and his long, committed stand with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad and Minister Farrakhan.