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Hajj 2022: NAHCON Advance Team departs for Saudi





The Advance Team of National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON has departed Nigeria for Saudi Arabia.

The Chairman / CEO Alhaji Zikrullah Kunle Hassan, bided the farewell at the International Wing of Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja, Monday.

With this exercise he said, Hajj operation has commenced, and the rest of Nigeria’s Hajj pilgrims would join them soon.

The Chairman tasked members of the advance team to set the pace for the successful accomplishment of the 2022 Hajj.

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Briefing the entire Advance Team earlier at the Hajj House on Saturday, 5th June 2022, the NAHCON leader reminded the staff that it was  time to put into practice all the trainings they has received. He reminded them that their major responsibility was to go over all the agreements signed with service providers to ensure that the details are fully implemented.

Alhaji Zikrullah Hassan directed them to station themselves on ground awaiting hitch-free arrival of pilgrims and to treat them with utmost respect as guests of the Almighty. However, before the arrival of the esteemed pilgrims, the NAHCON Chief Executive Officer instructed heads of the different committees to pay a familiarization visit to the office of the Adillah company in Madinah to introduce themselves as NAHCON’s representatives. This is to enable the Adillah to identify who to contact when necessary.

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