Hajj 2024: Osun Registers 1,500 Intending Pilgrims, conduct enlightenment exercise  

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About 1,500 aspiring Pilgrims have submitted their Hajj fees to the Osun State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, as revealed by Alhaji Maruf Ishola, the Chairman of the Muslim Pilgrims’ Welfare Board.

This disclosure came as part of a four-week enlightenment program aimed at preparing pilgrims for a successful Hajj to Saudi Arabia this year.

Chairman Ishola noted that the State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board has secured an allocation of over 1,500 seats from the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria. Expressing gratitude to Allah, he acknowledged Osun State’s surpassing of many South West states in terms of registration and clearance for the upcoming Hajj.

Sheikh Maruf Ishola urged intending Pilgrims with outstanding balances to settle them promptly to ensure clearance for the operation. He assured them that all necessary logistics have been meticulously arranged for a seamless Hajj exercise.

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