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    NAHCON hosts new Saudi Ambassador to a dinner





    A Special Dinner was organized by the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) in honor of the Saudi Arabia Ambassador to Nigeria, His Excellency, Ambassador Faisal Bin Ibrahim Al-Ghamidy, Wednesday, at Hajj House, Abuja.

    The Saudi Arabian Ambassador stated that he was admonished by the Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs that he should build a very strong cordial relationship in areas of Economy and Hajj amongst others with Nigeria.

    The Nigerian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia H. E. Ambassador Yahaya Lawal, in his goodwill message, expressed satisfaction that bilaterally beneficial relationship will ensue between the two sister countries in all areas.

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    The representative of Hon. Abubakar Nalaraba, Chairman House Committee on Pilgrims’ Affairs, Hon. Kabiru Sani Idris ascertained the readiness of the House to work harmoniously with the Saudi Authority assigned to Nigeria. Among those who were present at the dinner to welcome the new Ambassador were Chairman Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Distinguished Senator Bulkachiwa and a few others.

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