The Turkish embassy in the African country said in a statement Thursday that the mosques were built by the Dar'ul Eytam Foundation in the town of Guriel and Dhusamareb, the administrative capital of Galmudug State.
The opening ceremonies were held with the participation of officials from the Galmudug administration.
"The Dar'ul Eytam Foundation is also providing financial support to the families of more than 500 orphans on a monthly basis. Representatives of the foundation got together with these families in Guriel and Dhusamareb," the embassy tweeted.
Earlier this month, Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble laid the foundation stone for expanding a Turkish hospital in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
Yardimeli Hospital is a maternal and child health care hospital located in Mogadishu's Hamar Jajab neighborhood.
Senior officials including the education minister, lawmakers and Turkish Ambassador to Somalia Mehmet Yilmaz attended the stone-laying ceremony.
Source: Anadolu Agency