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Hajj 2021: Lagos Muslim Pilgrims Board to train Schedule Officers, Ulamah Thursday

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The Lagos State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board is set to
train its Schedule Officers and the leagues of Ulamah (Clerics) towards a successful year 2021 Hajj exercise.

The Board Secretary, Mr. Raman Ishola in a statement released today, said that the training programme will hold at the Shamsi Adisa Thomas (SAT) Mosque hall, Old Secretariat, GRA, Ikeja, on Thursday 18th March, 2021 at 10am.

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Mr. Ishola advised all the would-be participants to embrace the training session as an avenue to strengthen cordial relationship and also be good Ambassadors to all the intending pilgrims in their respective Local Government Areas.

The statement further revealed that the Hon. Commissioner for Home Affairs, Prince Anofiu Olanrewaju Elegushi will be the Special Guest while three erudite scholars have been invited to share their experiences on varied topics at the training.

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