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Hajj News - November 23, 2021

Delta intending pilgrims optimistic of 2022 Hajj exercise


As the Saudi Government gradually lifts all Covid-19 restrictions on Hajj exercise, intending pilgrims in Nigeria are optimistic that the 2022 religious exercise will be a success.


Some Muslim faithfuls in Warri, Delta state, who express delight over this development are hoping that they can participate.


For two consecutive years, intending pilgrims in Nigeria have not been able to attend the annual hajj exercise at the holy cities of Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia due to the covid 19 pandemic.


But with the gradual lifting of all covid 19 restrictions by the Saudi authorities, the Nigerian government is optimistic of the possibility of 2022 Hajj exercise.

Some intending pilgrims in Delta state are happy over this development.


The Hajj exercise is a sacred obligation for Muslims which is observed by thousands of Nigerians each year.




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