Gov Sule Expresses Satisfaction With Pilgrims Board 2022 Hajj Exercise

The Nasarawa state Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board has submitted it’s 2022 Hajj report to Governor Abdullahi Sule. Presenting the report, Speaker Nasarawa State House of Assembly who doubles as the 2022 Amirul Hajj Rt. Hon. Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi said the report contains all that has transpired during and after the exercise .

According to Balarabe Abdullahi the 2022 Hajj has recorded a very huge success noting that the welfare of pilgrims was adequately carted for both in Madina and Makkah respectively.

While commending the Executive Secretary of the State Pilgrims Board Mallam Idris Ahmad Almakura and staff of the board for their relentless efforts, Speaker Balarabe Abdullahi also applauded Governor Sule for supporting the activities of the board which led to its success.

The 2022 Amirul Hajj used the opportunity to condole the governor over the demise of Late Hajiya Aisha Ahmad from Keffi Local Government who passed away in Saudi Arabia just as thanked NAHCON for their role during the trying moment.

Receiving the 2022 Hajj report, Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State said Nasarawa State deserves commendation from all and sundry for being one of the only states to airlift all its pilgrims.

Governor Sule appreciated the efforts of Amirul Hajj Ibrahim balarabe Abdullahi, the Executive Secretary of the board Mallam Idris Almakura and other members of the board for organizing a successful Hajj operation.

Governor Sule also commended the 2022 pilgrims for exhibiting high-level of maturity and prayed to God to forgive the soul of the late Hajiya Aisha Ahmad who died in Makkah.

In an interview shortly after the submission of the report, the Executive Secretary Nasarawa State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board Mallam Idris Ahmad Almakura attributed the success recorded as a result of the support the Governor accorded to the board.

Almakura also thanked the Chairman of the board and his members and the entire staff of the board for their understanding and support during on and off shores.

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