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Fri. Sep 25th, 2020

Nigerian Christian, Muslim Pilgrims Commission Agree On Bilateral Cooperation


NAHCON  Chairman/CEO Abdullahi Muktar,  on a return visit to  Rev. Tor Uja, the Executive Secretary of the Christian Pilgrims Commission on Thursday in Abuja.
Photo credited to NAHCON info center
  

By Abubakar Muhammad, Kaduna

Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission ,NCPC,  and National Hajj Commission of Nigeria , NAHCON, have agreed on bilaterally work to boost economic interests of the nation in  their respective Holy Lands.

The agreement was reached when NAHCON team led by its Chairman/CEO Abdullahi Muktar,  went on a return visit to  Rev. Tor Uja, the Executive Secretary of the Christian Pilgrims Commission on Thursday in Abuja.

“Both commissions agreed to bilaterally work for the  benefits of their clients(the Pilgrims) by developing their productivity capacity.
“They also agreed to boost economic interests of Nigeria in the Holy Lands and to trace the path of sustainability  (self-sufficiency),” highlight of the visit broadcast on NAHCON Face Book and WhatsApp information center.

During an earlier visit to the Chairman of NAHCON in Abuja in February, the Executive Secretary of NCPC, stressed the need for continued cooperation between the two commissions.

He described Hajj Commission as a “Senior Brother” and as such would be glad to cooperate with the Commission for mutually beneficial relationship.

“We need continued cooperation between the Hajj Commission in technical, social and financial matters,” Mr. Uja said.

The executive secretary recalled with satisfaction how NAHCON was very instrumental to the successful take off of NCPC at the threshold of its creation when the commission accommodated NCPC free in their complex for two years.

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