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2023 Hajj: Ogun begins 2nd phase of medical test

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The Ogun State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board has said it has commenced the second phase of medical test for intending pilgrims to Makkah.

The exercise which began Wednesday 26, April would end on Friday, 28, from 8am each day.

A release signed by the Executive Secretary of the Board, Alhaji Salau Dauda Babatunde stated that the medical test is to ascertain the health status of the intending Pilgrims and to know what medication to prescribe when the need arises.

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The release enjoined All intending Pilgrims who have not previously come for medical test should do so on any of the appointment dates.

It also enjoins All intending Pilgrims to note that the exercise is compulsory as it is one of the prerequisites to partake in this year’s holy pilgrimage.

It stated further that the importance of the medical test is to ensure that all the applicants are healthy and fit to perform the Hajj exercise successfully

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He then urged the concerned Intending Pilgrims to come along with their medical test receipts and other necessary documents.

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