2024 Hajj: Kebbi Inaugurates 15 Committees

The Chairman, Kebbi Pilgrims Welfare Board, Alhaji Faruku Musa-Enabo, has inaugurated 15 different committees that would carry out the 2024 Hajj operations.

Inaugurating the committee on Friday at the board’s conference hall in Birnin Kebbi, the chairman said the 15 different committees would serve in different capacities during and after the exercise.

“These committees will work according to their assigned portfolio towards ensuring a smooth hajj exercise and make it easy for the pilgrims.

“We don’t want our pilgrims to suffer in the 2024 Hajji operations,” he assured.

He disclosed that the present administration had done a lot for the prospective pilgrims to perform a hitch-free Hajji exercise, while urging the committees to be alive to their responsibilities to achieve the aims and objectives of establishing them.

He also commended Gov. Nasir Idris for all the necessary support given to the board, while assuring to work hard for a successful exercise.

Responding, on behalf of other committees, the Committee Chairman in charge of Munna and Arfat, Alhaji Mohammed Garba-Bena, thanked the Kebbi governor and the pilgrims board chairman for choosing them to render their services in this year’s Hajji operations.

He assured the people of the state, especially the pilgrims, that all the committees would do everything possible to discharge their responsibilities diligently.

According to him, the 15 committees included: Camp Committee, Jamrat Committee, Media/Information Committee, Luggage Committee, Airport and Reception Committee, Accommodation Committee and Preaching Committee.

Others are Hygiene Committee, General Welfare Committee, Munna/Arfat Committee, Feeding Committee, Transport and Turaddiya Committee, Disciplinary Committee, Hadaya Committee and Musdalifah Committee. (NAN) 

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