Hajj 2023: Mutawifs for African non-Arab holds farewell dinner for Sierra Leone, African pilgrims

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The Board of Directors of the Company of Mutawifs for African non-Arab Countries in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has organised a send-off dinner to mark the end of the 1444/2023 Hajj for pilgrims from Sierra Leone and the sub-saharan African countries.


The event, which was held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was also attended by Ambassadors and Permanent Representatives of non-Arab African countries in Saudi Arabia whose pilgrims participated in this year’s Hajj.


Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company of Mutawifs, His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Abbas Sindicommended the envoys for attending the ceremony and congratulated them for the orderly participation of their pilgrims in this year’s Hajj, which he described as highly successful.


His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Abbas Sindi said: “We celebrate your presence on the occasion of the success of the Hajj season (1444) in which we reached unprecedented achievements. Thanks to Allah and thanks to the you and the employees of the Company of Mutawifs for the pilgrims from non-Arab African countries”.


He concluded by assuring that the Company is always proud to serve the pilgrims from Sub–saharan Africa, “…as we do our best to ensure the comfort of our pilgrims throughout their stay in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”


The Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to Saudi Arabia, His Excellency Dr. Ibrahim Jalloh and his counterparts from Guinea, Senegal, Mali, Ghana, Kenya and the other African countries were each awarded a copy of the Holy Qur’an that was nicely decorated with the garment of the Al-Kaa’ba.


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