The Cross River Muslim Welfare Board has refunded all 2021 intending pilgrims who made deposits to the board prior to 2021 Hajj. This is in compliance with the directive of His Excellency Professor, Senator Ben Ayade, the Executive governor of River State that all intending pilgrims that made deposit be refunded.
Due due to the pandemic that caused the 2020-2021 Hajj to be limited to only pilgrims within the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, The Executive governor of River State Prof Senator Ben Ayade directed the immediate refund of funds to all intending pilgrims who made deposits with the board, The refunds were successfully completed yesterday 23rd June 2021.
The Board will from time to time update the intending pilgrims on developments arising in the Hajj industry. The board will come out with initiatives to mitigate the queuing system for the 2022 Hajj and will duly notify the general public when registration for the 2022 Hajj will commence.
The board has accepted the outcome of the decision made by both the Saudi Government and the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria in good faith and hence recommend the intending pilgrims to also accept the decision with good faith.
Alhaji Rabilu Abdullahi Maimaje
Cross River State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board.
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