The national hajj commission of Nigeria has formally presented a letter of request for accreditation to the National Board for Technical Education in its quest to establish the National Hajj Training Institutes in the Country
NAHCON Chairman Barr Zikrullah Kunle Hassan presented the letter to the Executive Secretary of National Board for Technical Education, Dr Masud Adamu Kazaure at the NBTE head office today in Kaduna.
In its opening remarks, the Chairman said the commission is taking bold steps to offer a variety of services because virtually all aspects of services is going professionalism”
“We want to train people, collate and analyse data, train teachers, produce manual and set a minimum standard for those willing to participate in Hajj. We want to contribute to the growth of Nigeria economy’
The chairman further said that the commission will like to publish books, manuals and videotapes in order to enhance hajj service delivery.
The Executive Secretary of National Board for Technical education in his reaction commend NAHCON for taking such desirable step and said the commission had earlier visited him in his office in Abuja.
He went further to lists criteria and other fundamentals required to set up a result-oriented Hajj Institute.
The NBTE boss suggests that NAHCON should consider naming the institute as Hajj Pilgrims’ Institute to accommodate Christian Pilgrims’ related services.