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Implement what you learned from Indonesian Hajj conference, Almairad boss tells NAHCON

*"Ensure our IBAN accounts are funded on time" *Hails commission on early preparations





The Chief Executive Officer, Almairad Travels and Tours Limited, Hajia Maimuna Rabiu Dabo has urged the National Hajj Commission, NAHCON to implement what they learned from the Hajj conference in Indonesia, adding the the Asian country has one of the largest and most effective Hajj system in the world.

Hajia Dabo in a chat with KaabaNews said she was pleased with the commission’s preparations so far.

“Alhamdulillah, I feel very happy and grateful to Almighty Allah, as our intending pilgrims can now get more seats to perform their obligatory rites to Almighty Allah.

“I must say that I’m happy with NAHCON’s preparations so far. Preparations are in top gear and a bit on time too.

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“My advice to NAHCON is to try and implement what they learned from the Hajj Conference in Indonesia, because that country has one of the largest and most effective Hajj System.
“Also early and effective preparations would go a long way in helping our Hajj operations.

Speaking on Tour Operators’ preparations, she added that what happed last year should not be repeated, adding that nothing should be taken for granted.

“And they should also ensure that our IBAN accounts are funded on time to enable us achieve a high level of success in our operations. The experience of last year was  enough lesson for all of us.

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On specific areas that require more attention, Hajia Dabo said: “I recommend that NAHCON should pay more attention to the areas of Airlifts, Tents (Masha,ir) in Minna , and also the feeding in Minna.
“They also need to look into the process of outbound and inbound flights especially transportation to airports. Every little details matters as they can mess up the whole process.”
On late payment by pilgrims and the effects, Dabo said: “Yes, late payment is a very big problem in our operations, it delays all our preparations, sometimes it results in us not getting the right hotels we intent to use and most importantly it affects the issuance of our intending pilgrims visas, which in turn affects their flights and accommodation, thereby disrupting all our plans and arrangements.

This caused a lot of problems between us the service providers and our Customers. My company was amongst the lucky ones in the last Hajj Operations, even  payment was late but Alhamdulillah ours was timely.


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