The Yobe State Pilgrims Commission said it has refunded 557 Intending Pilgrims for the cancelled 2021 Hajj exercise as at 11th of August 2021.
This clarification was made by Executive Chairman of the Commission, Alhaji Bukar Kime today while answering questions on a live- phone in Hausa Radio programme at Yobe Broadcasting Corporation (YBC)in Damaturu.
Alhaji Bukar Kime called on the Intending Pilgrims from the State wishing to make Hajj deposit for the #2022 #Hajj exercise to exercise patience as the Commission is still awaiting for further guidelines and directives on the 2022 #Hajj exercise from the #National Hajj Commission of Nigeria.
The Executive Chairman also thanked Yobe State Government under the able Leadership of His Excellency, Hon. Mai Mala Buni for moral supports. Alhaji Kime, later advised the State Intending Pilgrims who enrolled their Hajj deposits from the cancelled Hajj exercises of 2020 and 2021 to the 2022 Hajj exercise patient and to pray to the Almighty Allah to end the pandemic to enable the Muslim Ummah across the globe to perform Hajj as usual.
On #Hajj Savings Scheme, Alhaji Kime informed the listeners that Jaiz Bank has at last opened its branch in Damaturu on 12th July 2021 and called on them to avail themselves of the Bank’s services.
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