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No cause for alarm, accident victims will proceed on journey





The Executive Secretary Nasarawa State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board Mallam Idris Ahmad Almakura has said there is no cause for alarm as those who sustain minor degree of injury in a crash Wednesday will still be able to continue on the journey.

A 18-seater bus conveying intending pilgrims from Nasarawa State to Abuja for airlifting to Saudi Arabia on Thursday for the 2023 Hajj involved in a road crash . The accident occurred along Kara road in Keffi Local Government Area of the state on Wednesday.

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Addressing the victims, at the Federal Medical Centre Keffi, Mallam Idris Almakura explained that two of the victims had fracture in their legs while another sustained neck injury and had to be dropped for further medical attention.

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Mallam Idris Almakura who was accompanied by some Board members and staff of the board called on the affected Pilgrims to remain calm and have faith in God saying the board has settled all the medical bills, just as he appealed to the management of the hospital to give more attention to the victims for quick recovery.

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