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HIN graduates NAHCON chairman, Board members, others

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HAJJInstitute of Nigeria (HIN)  has graduated the first set of students among them are the NAHCON Chairman, Chief Executive officer, Alhaji Zikrullah Hassan and other Board members.

The ceremony held today Tuesday, March 7, 2023, at the Hajj House, Abuja, featured a paper presentation titled: ”Corporate Governance”  by Dr. Bashir Bugaje and presentation of certificates to graduands.

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During their course of study, the students made up of the Executive Management and members of the board of the Commission went through academic, field and on-line courses, pursuant to their graduation.

The Institute, midwifed by the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), was established to train Hajj and Umrah administrators and Managers as well as provide an avenue for skills acquisition and entrepreneurship development of youths and be a reference point globally for Hajj and Umrah development.

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