Katsina state Muslim Pilgrims Welfare has successfully airlifted a total number of 2,993 of its pilgrims back to Nigeria after completion the 2023 Hajj.
Flight Analysis by HAJJ REPORTERS indicated that the first flight returned to Nigeria on the 12th of July 2023 via Max Air that ferried 547 pilgrims back home.
On the 13th July Max air also airlifted 528 Katsina State Pilgrims from Makkah to Nigeria. Subsequently, Max Air airlifted 549 pilgrims on the 14th July and 549 pilgrims on the 17th July.
Again, another 404 pilgrims were airlifted on the 22nd July while 416 arrived home on July 23rd .
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), has released the list of accommodation a…