The first batch of Nigerian Pilgrims that will perform Umrah since the suspension and reopening of Umrah by Saudi Arabia has departed for the lesser Hajj.
A report from the media unit of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), indicates that “a total of 75 pilgrims departed Nigeria to Saudi Arabia today. 50 of the pilgrims travel under Eminista Travels and tours while the remaining 25 are from Earth travels.
“The pilgrims departed through Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport as confirmed by The head of the NAHCON Abuja outreach Umar M Kalgo”.
The departure signify the commencement of Umrah and an indication that Hajj 2021 will take place Insha Allah.
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