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Kaduna Pilgrims agency seeks increased hajj registration





Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Agency, has called on all Muslims who intend to perform the 2024 Hajj and those with capability to undertake the pilgrimage to register on before Dec 31.

The Executive Chairman of the agency, Malam Salihu Abubakar, made the call at a press briefing on Tuesday in Kaduna.

The executive chairman said that the reminder became necessary because the deadline was a few days away.

He reiterated that all intending pilgrims were required to deposit N4.5 million into the designated bank account of the Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Agency.

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Abubakar advised the intending pilgrims to collect customized bank tellers from Registration Officers in the 23 LGAs of the state, in order to make payments.

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‘He said, ’We understand that fulfilling the requirements for Hajj is a significant undertaking, and we want to assure all intending pilgrims that the registration process is still ongoing until the end of December.”

According to Abubakar, all the collected fares must be remitted to the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) by January 5, 2024, in compliance with new guidelines issued by the Saudi Arabian authorities.

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The executive chairman promised that the agency remained committed to ensuring a smooth and successful Hajj experience for its valued pilgrims.

He promised that the committee set up by the government would make changes to improve hajj operations, by ensuring that pilgrims get value for their money.

Abubakar implored all Imams of the Jumaát Mosques, Muslim leaders, and media partners, to assist in the agency’s efforts to sensitize the Muslim community on the need to beat the registration deadline.

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‘’We extend our sincere gratitude to those who have already registered and urge others to follow suit. May Allah SWT grant us all the opportunity to experience the blessings of Hajj,’’ he added.

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