Yobe State has successfully concluded the airlift of all its intending Pilgrims for the 2022 Hajj exercise.
This was revealed by the Chairman of the state pilgrims commission, Alh Bukar Kime in a statement Monday evening.
He said all the 449 pilgrims were transported to Saudi Arabia through the Prince Mohammed Bn Abdulaziz Airport Madinah, adding that they are “currently in Madina observing their religious activities”.
Alhaji Bukar Kime. gave gratitude to Allah SWT for the success of the first leg of Airlift.
He also thanked the staff of the commission, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), and other Officials.
The chairman also expressed gratitude to the “Management of Borno Pilgrims Board, Officials of Borno Zonal Office Maiduguri Officials, Kano Zonal office, Azman Staff and all other categories of people”.
He also thanked the media and everyone else “for their total support, encouragement, assistance and advice which culminated to this successes”.
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