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Christian Pilgrims Commission boss visits Hajj House, felicitates with Arabi *Says Nigeria, staff will celebrate his achievements





The Acting Chairman of National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) hosted his counterpart from the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Reverend Dr. Yakubu Pam, at the Hajj House Thursday.

Dr. Pam was on a courtesy visit to the Hajj House to congratulate Mallam Arabi on his appointment as the Chairman of the Commission.

The visit, laden with goodwill, served as a testament to the spirit of unity and cooperation between the two religious pilgrimage bodies.

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The Executive Secretary, Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Reverend Dr. Yakubu Pam, (5th right); NAHCON chairman, Mallam Jalal Ahmad Arabi (6th right) during a courtesy visit by Dr Pam and his team to the Hajj house, Abuja, Thursday.
NAHCON Chairman, Mallam Jalal Ahmad Arabi receives Rev Pam in his Hajj House office

Recognizing the challenging terrain of pilgrimage journeys, the NAHCON Chairman acknowledged the importance of collaboration in traversing its operational complexities. Mallam Arabi conveyed his gratitude to his Christian counterpart for the heartfelt visit, describing the visit by the Christian Pilgrims Commission as a brother and veteran in the field, highlighting the significance of patience, shared experiences in navigating the trials associated with organizing pilgrimage.

He eulogized Rev. Pam’s visit as a pride to him.

On his part, the Executive Secretary of NCPC Rev. Dr. Pam expressed his sincere wishes for success of Malam Arabi in his new role and assured him of unwavering support. He prayed for the Chairman’s success even in demanding moments.

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He expressed confidence that Malam Arabi will make Nigeria and humanity proud knowing his antecedents, adding that the staff and country will celebrate Malam Jalal achievements eventually.

Rev Dr Yakubu Pam was accompanied by a host of others among whom were, Mr Abu Okpanachi Director of Operations, Mr Barnabas Ali, Special Assistant to the ES, Mr Nkaiso Ndemenang, Deputy Director and Head Planning, Research and Program Development, Mr Celestine Toruka Deputy Director and Head Media and Public Relations as well as Mrs Charlin Makai Head of Protocol.

The exchange of goodwill between the leaders of Christian and Muslim pilgrimage commissions reaffirms the commitment to harmonious coexistence and joint efforts in addressing the unique challenges posed by pilgrimage activities.

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