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Hajj 2022: Kaduna begins refund for excess Hajj fare balance to pilgrims

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Press Release

 

The Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Agency said it has commenced the payment of excess amount derived from 2022 hajj fare to pilgrims who participated in the exercise

 

The agency announced this in a public announcement statement yesterday published in its social media handles.

 

See the details below

 

The Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Agency (KDSPWA). Wishes to inform the Kaduna State Pilgrims, those that participated in the 2022 Hajj exercise. That the agency will commence with the refund of the 2022 “Hajj excess”, to the Pilgrims. The exercise is scheduled to take place at the Headquarters of the Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Agency, Katsina Road, Kaduna State.

 

Below is the scheduled of activities, for the payment according to Local Government Councils:

 

(1). Monday 31st October, 2022: Zaria, Sabon Gari, Soba, and Lere.

 

(2). Tuesday 1st November, 2022: Ikara, Kubau, Makarfi, and Kudan.

 

(3). Wednesday 2nd November, 2022: Igabi, Giwa, Kaduna North, and Kaduna South.

 

(4). Thursday 3rd November, 2022:  Chikun, and Kajuru

 

(5).  Monday 7th November, 2022: Jama’a, Kachia, Jaba, Kaura, Kajuru, Kagarko, Sanga, and Zangon Kataf.

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Note: The Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Agency, also advised the Pilgrims, that they should come along with the following documents:

 

  1. International Passport.
  2. Payment Receipt.

 

And, for the intending Pilgrims that are depositing their money in the “Ja’iz Bank Hajj Saving Scheme”, they should henceforth; contact their Local Government Pilgrims Officers for further inquiries.

 

Signed: Kaduna State Pilgrims Welfare Agency.

October 29th, 2022.

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