Makinde’s Aide Hosts NAHCON Boss, Solicits More Slots For Oyo Pilgrims
The National Hajj Commission (NAHCON) Chairman, Alhaji Zikrullah Kunle Hassan, has assured that the Commission will explore every opportunity to deepen the already cordial relationship with Oyo state.
The #NAHCON boss made this disclosure during his courtesy visit to the Director General of the Oyo State Liaison Office Abuja and Lagos, Wale Ajani at the Oyo House in Abuja on Thursday, September 22.
Alhaji Hassan, who expressed his joy over Ajani’s strategic visits to federal government departments, ministries and agencies (MDAs) said he was eager to meet the Governor’s aide to seek ways of deepening the already cordial relationship with Oyo state.
He noted that Oyo state has gained more prominence in terms of presence among federal MDAs following Ajani’s various strategic visits to seek ways to bring more federal presence to Oyo state.
While commending pilgrims from Oyo state to the 2022 Hajj, the NAHCON boss added that the commission was willing and ready to support the state further in terms of pilgrims’ welfare.
He also commended Governor Seyi Makinde for placing a high premium on the welfare and wellbeing of pilgrims from Oyo state and more particularly, residents in the state.
Ajani, in his remarks, expressed appreciation to the Chairman NAHCON Chairman for honouring the Oyo state Governor which was manifested by his unscheduled visit to Oyo House in Abuja.
While commending the commission for being proactive in its mandate and being responsive to the wellbeing of pilgrims in the country, Ajani appealed for more robust collaboration between the Oyo state government through the pilgrim’s welfare board and National Hajj Commission.
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