BANDUNG - West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil reviewed the Al Jabbar Grand Mosque construction project in Gedebage, Bandung, Saturday (03/16/19). Not only wanted to be a monumental building, this mosque became part of a leader 's commitment to Islamic da'wah.
"I have committed, this Lillahita'ala is part of the leader's commitment to Islamic da'wah as well as the smooth running of the project," said Emil, Ridwan Kamil's nickname when met after the review.
"I thank you for all involved, the enthusiasm is extraordinary, because building a mosque so there is extra motivation," he continued.
Emil also admitted that his party had come to review the project directly to provide input. According to him, a project the size of the Al Jabbar Mosque requires precision and quick decisions.
"This is part of a process, I came to provide input because building (a mosque) of this size requires precision, it requires a quick decision," Emil said.
The latest progress of development for Phase 1 or exterior parts reaches 96.7% and is targeted to be completed as a whole by the end of 2020.
"Hopefully (finished) according to schedule, we want if there is no obstacle in late 2020, we can formalize it," Emil said.
"The percentage of 69.7 percent last week was for stage one, exterior," said one of the project workers who accompanied Emil.