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Gov Idris receives 2023 hajj report, restates commitment to pilgrims welfare





The Kebbi State Governor, Comrade Dr Nasir Idris has restated commitment to improving the welfare of the state intending pilgrims while in the holy land.

Alhaji Ahmed Idris, Chief Press Secretary to the governor disclosed this in a statement issued to Journalists in Birnin Kebbi Thursday.

The Chief Press Secretary said the governor announced this while receiving the 2023 Hajj report from the state government delegation in Government House, Birnin Kebbi.

Dr Idris commended the 2023 state government delegation for what he described as hard work and dedication to duty which he said, culminated into the successes recorded during the exercise.

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He assured the committee that all their recommendations would be looked into with a view to finding lasting solutions to the identified problems.

Earlier, the 2023 Amirul Hajj and leader of the state government delegation, Gen. Mohammed Magoro (rtd) informed the governor that in the 2023 Hajj about 4,897 seats were allocated to the state, assuring that the Hajj exercise was successful.

He called for total restructuring of the state Pilgrims welfare Agency for effective performance.

READ ALSO: 2024 Hajj: Mallam Arabi receives reviewed National Medical Team Guidelines report

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