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Hajj 2023: Kaduna begins training, enlightenment programme for intending pilgrims





The Kaduna State Pilgrims Agency, has commenced training and enlightenment programme for the 2023 Hajj intending pilgrims.

The Emir of Zazzau, Amb. Ahmad Nuhu Bamalli, also inaugurated Sabon Gari Local Government pilgrims Enlightenment Hall, Gambo Sawaba Secretariat Dogarawa.

Bamalli said training and enlightenment were very necessary because they would guide prospective pilgrims on how to perform the Hajj with out hitches.

He said pilgrims must show more interest on the training and be enlightened to know how to perform the Hajj.

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He called on them to avoid any thing that would dent their image and that of the country.

He advised them to check their passports to be sure they correspond with their other travel documents.

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He tasked them to take this training and enlightenment programme very serious .

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Earlier, the Executive Secretary of the agency, Dr Yusuf Arrigasiyyu, said the programme was to make them to understand how to perform Hajj easily.

He said in the month of February, a committee was raised to find out the competent facilitators that would educate the pilgrims in accordance with the teaching of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

He commended the Council Chairman of Sabon Gari LG, Mr Ibrahim Usman,

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for building the new pilgrims’ hall.

Recall that the state got 5,982 slots being the highest number of hajj slots from the 96,000 slots allocated to the country by Saudi Arabia.

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