The Independent Hajj Reporters (IHR), a civil society organisation that monitors and reports Hajj and Umrah operations, has received the phase one of the 2022 Hajj performance reports from its volunteers.
Arguably the most visible contemporary Islamic organization for Muslims in the professions and business in Nigeria today, The Companion, after a most thorough assessment, came to the conclusion that the 2022 edition of Hajj was excellently managed by the Zikrullah Hassan-led National Hajj Commission of Nigeria.
Although the 2022 hajj exercise may have come and gone, the operational undercurrents and heaps of concerns emanated from stakeholders in the country’s hajj industry would remain indelible.
No fewer than 345 Lagos State pilgrims that participated in the just concluded 2022 Hajj exercise in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have returned home.
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has commended the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria for successfully airlifting Nigerian pilgrims in spite of several challenges.
A civil society organisation, Independent Hajj Reporters (IHR), has called on the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) and the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC)
The first batch of 400 intending pilgrims from Kano arrived at Prince Bin Abdulazeez International Airport, Madina, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday onboard Azman air Airbus A340-600. The first airlift which departed Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, Kano at exactly 2:34 am Tuesday was part of 2,229 intending pilgrims scheduled for the 2022 hajj from Kano.…
The Lagos State Commissioner for Home Affairs, Prince Anofiu Olanrewaju Elegushi, has assured intending pilgrims from the state that the $ 800 Travel Allowance (BTA) promised them during the one-day seminar...
The first batch of 510 pilgrims from Borno are departing Madinah on Friday to Mecca to commence the main Hajj rituals.
Another set of 421 intending pilgrims departed Nigeria to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, yesterday. While Ogun and Osun States’ pilgrims will be airlifted on Friday and Saturday respectively.
The airlift of the first batch of Nigerian pilgrims to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the 2022 hajj will depart Maiduguri international airport on Thursday. The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has approved three airlines include Max air, Azman air, and Flynas to convey 43,008 pilgrims allocated to the country to the holy…