First Nigerian Pilgrims for 2024 Hajj Arrive Safely in Madina

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The inaugural flight of intending pilgrims for the 2024 Hajj season has touched down safely in Madina, Saudi Arabia.

The first flight from Nigeria carried prospective pilgrims from Jega and Arewa Local Government Areas of Kebbi State, along with officials from the State Pilgrims Welfare Board.

Expressing their gratitude, the intending pilgrims hailed the efforts of Kebbi State Governor, Dr Nasir Idris, and the Executive Chairman of the State Pilgrims Welfare Board, Alhaji Faruku Aliyu-Enabo, for ensuring the successful departure of the inaugural flight.

Alhaji Hussaini Argungu, a board member of the state pilgrims board, lauded the hospitality of the cabin crew of the Saudi Arabian plane, which provided passengers with food and other amenities to ensure their comfort during the flight.

Appreciating the Saudi Airliners for their commitment to a smooth journey, Argungu also commended the Saudi authorities for organizing a warm reception for the first batch of intending pilgrims from Nigeria.

He noted that VIP vehicles were arranged to transport them to various five-star hotels upon arrival.

Argungu encouraged Nigerian pilgrims to seize the opportunity to perform the five daily prayers at the Holy Prophet (SAW) mosque, emphasizing the spiritual rewards associated with praying in such a revered location.

Alhaji Isa Assalafi, a member of the 2024 Hajj Committee in Kebbi, attributed the success of the Hajj preparations to the unwavering support of the governor, who approved all matters related to Hajj operations.

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