Bauchi State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board has secured more Visas for its prospective pilgrims who are expected to depart for Saudi Arabia tomorrow Saturday.
The Executive Secretary of the Board, Imam Abdurrahman Ibrahim Idris made this known in an interview with the press on the on-going airlift of Bauchi pilgrims to Saudi Arabia.
Imam Abdurrahman noted that the hiccups that caused the delay in the issuance of Visas by Saudi kingdom to Nigerian pilgrims has been resolved, stressing that Visas would going to be steady.
He expressed readiness of the Board to prints out all secured Visas and prepare the 4th flight schedule that will be pasted tonight inshallah.
Imam Abdurrahman pleaded with the intending pilgrims to always remain in a state of readiness for the journey, reminded that only those in the flight schedule are invited to be at Hajj transit Camp for screening.
While calling on the people to continue to pray for a hitch free hajj excercise, Imam Abdurrahman reiterated the commitment of the Government to ensure a smooth 2023 Hajj operation.
Friday 9th June, 2023
*Muhammad Sani Yunusa* Information officer
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