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NAHCON holds workshop on Hajj Management on Saturday

*As resource persons from Saudi Arabia arrive





As part of the preparation for the 2023 Hajj, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) will hold a one-day workshop on Hajj Management.

The event which will hold at the Conference Hall of the Hajj House on Saturday will be addressed by Saudi Arabian Director- General and Consultant of Deputy Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Dr. Badr Muhammad Al-Solamin with a theme: “Training and Capacity Building for Group Leaders in Hajj.”

Other resource persons include: Dr. Mohammed Shokri Zamzami, the Executive Director of the Pilgrims Tawwaf Committee and Jamrat Grouping in Muassassah, Abdullah Hammadu Adam, Administrative Officer, Muassassah, all from Saudi Arabia.

Over 90 participants are expected to attend the workshop, which include members and Executives of the Forum of States Pilgrims Welfare Boards / Agencies/Commissions, Chief Executives of International Private Tour Operators, Directors and Management Staff of NAHCON and other Stakeholders.

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The resource persons arrived the country to the warm embrace of the Chairman/ CEO, NAHCON, Alh. Zikrullah Kunle Hassan, the Commissioner in charge of Policy, Personnel Management and Finance (PPMF), Alh. Nura Hassan Yakasai, the Commissioner for Planning, Research, Statistics, Information and Library Services (PRSILS), Sheikh Suleman Mommoh and the Commissioner in charge of Operations, Licensing and Tour Operators (OIL), Alh. Abdullahi Magaji Hardawa, and Senior Management Staff of the Commission.

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