Independent Hajj Reporters (IHR) has described as worrisome the failure of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) and States Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Boards (SMPWBs)
Oyo State Pilgrims Welfare Board has assured intending pilgrims who missed the 2022 hajj refund of their fares.
The Lagos State Government has completed the 2022 Hajj operation with the arrival of the last batch of 36 pilgrims from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, on Wednesday.
Lagos State Government has described as mischievous, false and untrue the allegation that the state pilgrims were forced to pay a higher amount for Hady (animal sacrifices) at the just-concluded 2022 hajj in Saudi Arabia.
The Association for Hajj And Umrah Operators of Nigeria (AHUON) has urged the Federal Government to urgently review the 2022 Hajj operations
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has confirmed the death of Hasiya Aminu, a pilgrim from Kaduna state. She died in her sleep shortly after returning from the Mount Arafat, according to her neighbours in the tent. Dr Usman Galadima, Chief of Operations and Head of Nigerian Medical Mission, told the News Agency (NAN)…
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has promised pilgrims better operations, saying it regrets the current inconveniences they are experiencing. NAHCON said that "it owes deep and unreserved regrets to entire intending pilgrims to 2022 Hajj for the hardships and disappointments experienced during outbound airlift operations to the holy land." The Commission offers similar…
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) on Friday expressed regrets over its inability to transport 1,500 intending pilgrims for the 2022 Hajj.
The Kano State Pilgrims Welfare Board says 600 intending pilgrims who paid for the 2022 Hajj fares through the board will not perform the pilgrimage.
National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has explained the reasons it has been having challenges in airlifting pilgrims to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the 2022 Hajj.
The Chairman of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), Alhaji Zikrullah Kunle Hassan, has assured that no registered pilgrim for the 2022 Hajj would be left in Nigeria
Lagos State Government has said that it will put on hold sales of forms for 2023 holy pilgrimage, pending the confirmation of the number of slots to be given the state.