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Kaduna Medical Team debunks rumour of pilgrim’s death





The Medical Team of Kaduna State 2023 Hajj has debunked the rumour milling around that one of its pilgrims died during child birth in Saudi Arabia.

In a statement issued and signed by the Team Leader, Dr Aisha Abdullahi Shehu, Tuesday, she said: “the Kaduna State Medical Team confirmed that the recent message circulating about the death of a pilgrim, Hajiya Zainab Ibrahim Ahmad Abdu, during child delivery is false. The information lacks any fact and should be regarded as fake news.

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“We urge the public to verify information before sharing it and rely on trusted sources only for their information on all the activities of Pilgrims anywhere please.

“For any inquiries or further information, please contact the head of the State or National Medical team,” Dr Shehu said.

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