560 of 1,447 Gombe pilgrims have safely returned home this Thursday after intense spritual engagement in the just concluded Hajj exercise.
The returnees took off from Jeddah international Airport for 3 hour 50 minutes journey back home. It was an emotional home coming for the returnees as family and friends converged on the Gombe International Airport for a rousy welcome.
Meanwhile, officials of the Muslim pilgrims welfare board led by the board secretary and Amirul Hajj (The Emir of Gombe) remain in Saudi Arabia to ensure a hitchfree return of the 2 other batches.
The Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony said Monday that those performi…