Hajj 2024: NAHCON Commissioner visit Kano, cautions pilgrims against being courier of messages to Saudi 

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A Commissioner, representing Northwest in National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, Sheikh Muhammad bin Usman has cautioned the intending pilgrims against collecting messages from family and friends to deliver to others in Saudi Arabia while traveling for this year’s Hajj.

Sheikh Bin Usman gave the warning while attending Stakeholders meeting for the inauguration of 2024 Hajj Operational Committees, organized by Kano state Pilgrims Welfare Board in Kano on Monday.

According to him, intending pilgrims should avoid collecting messages, especially in the form of parcel to deliver it to others in Saudi Arabia to avoid being the victims of drug smuggling.

He noted that he is optimistic the issue of drug smuggling would not even arise from Nigerian pilgrims, but it is good to caution them to avoid being falling victims of circumstances.

Bin Usman stated that as a Kano indigene, he wants the state to be best performing in the upcoming Hajj.

While commending the state governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf for maximum support to the pilgrims board, the Commissioner also expressed satisfaction with the level of preparations he had seen in the state and the nation as a whole.

He restarted the commitment of the NAHCON towards ensuring a seamless Hajj operation.

He prayed to Allah to make the Hajj successful and acceptable.

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