The Executive Secretary of Nasarawa State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, Mallam Idris Ahmad Almakura has said that the board will experience an influx of intending pilgrims with the commencement of preparation for the 2023 Hajj exercise.
He has therefore, warned staff of the board to be sincere and avoid fraudulent acts while interacting with intending pilgrims for the coming year.
Almakura gave the warning during a staff meeting held at the board’s headquarters along Jos road in Lafia, Nassarawa state recently.
Mallam Almakura further cautioned staff to be punctual to work as the board will no longer condone truancy.
At the staff meeting, which is the first after the 2022 Hajj, Almakura applauded staff of the board for their commitment that led to the success of the just concluded 2022 Hajj operations. He solicited more support from the staff to achieve the needed goal in the 2023 Hajj exercise.
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