Lagos urges intending pilgrims to complete payment of hajj fare
The Board Secretary, Mr. Ishola Rahman said the appeal became necessary to aid the smooth operation of this year hajj operation and to pave way for early payments for standard accommodation, quality tent in Mina and other necessary needs in Saudi Arabia.
Noting that late payment has been identified as the major cause of hitches at the holy land in the previous hajj operations.
He added that Lagos State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board is fully ready for biometric capturing but awaits the directive of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) to announce the date, after having completed arrangement for the exercise.
Mr. Ishola also call on intending pilgrims to be fully prepared for the usual weekend lectures, which is designed to equip them with the basic Islamic knowledge and skills required to perform hajj in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia as it will start soon at the various local government secretariats across the state.
Meanwhile, Sales and submission of forms is ongoing at the Board while intending pilgrims’ medical test is also on at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital.
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