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HAJJ 2924: Kano remits N18bn to NAHCON





The Director General of the Kano State Pilgrims Welfare Board, Alhaji Lamin Rabi’u Danbappa said the board has remitted over N18 billion to the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, for the necessary 2024 hajj arrangements.

Alhaji Lamin Rabi’u stated that although 3,110 individuals have applied for pilgrimage arrangements, many are still awaiting their visas from the National Hajj Commission.

He urged the Commission to expedite the visa issuance process before the closing date, emphasizing the commitment of the Kano State Government, under the leadership of Governor Alhaji Abba Kabir Yusuf, to complete renovations at the Hajj camp before the airlifting begins.

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The Director General highlighted that, unlike last year, the government has provided all necessary equipment at the Hajj Camp ahead of the pilgrimage for the benefit of the pilgrims.

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Hajiya Rabi D’nyako, the Head of Administration at the National Hajj Commission’s Kano office, expressed her commitment to addressing the visa complaints and promptly submitted an inventory questionnaire to the Pilgrims Board.

In closing, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Alhaji Yusif Lawan, extended gratitude to the National Hajj Commission for their visit, acknowledging its timeliness.

Alhaji Yusif Lawan also commended the National Hajj Commission Kano office for their cooperation.

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