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The Lagos State Government has expressed its determination to put necessary strategies and machineries in place towards ensuring that the number of intending pilgrims performing the Y2020 holy pilgrimage in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia increases from the present 2,500 to 4,000 and above.
The Kaduna State Government says registration of intending pilgrims to Saudi Arabia for year 2020 Holy pilgrimage will begin on Oct. 15.
Governor Aminu Masari has dissolved the state’s Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board with immediate effect.
The Kaduna State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board has announced a break in the airlift of its pilgrims back home from Saudi Arabia.
The Kaduna State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board’s Public Relations Officer, Yunusa Abdullahi, made this known in a statement in Kaduna.
The last batch of Bauchi State pilgrims for the 2019 Hajj has left the country for Saudi Arabia.
The Gombe State Muslim Pilgrims’ Welfare Board says it plans to transport its first batch of pilgrims to Saudi Arabia for 2019 Hajj on July 20.
The Federal Capital Territory Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board will commence the first phase of its education and orientation programme for the 2019 intending pilgrims on April 13.
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) in conjunction with Saudi Arabian authorities honoured Gov. Mohammed Bindow of Adamawa with award of Best Supporting Governor for the 2018 Hajj.
The Lagos State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board on Thursday said the remaining 444 pilgrims from the state would soon be transported back home from Saudi Arabia.
Kaduna State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board says 872 pilgrims from the state have returned from Saudi Arabia after a successful 2018 Hajj operation.
The second batch of 310 Lagos pilgrims will be transported back to Nigeria from Saudi Arabia aboard Medview Airline on Thursday.
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