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Kaduna Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board to undergo restructuring soon –Overseer

By Dada Ahmed

Kaduna State Muslim Pilgrims board will be restructured soon for better service delivery, according to its new Overseer, Alhaji Sani Musa Dalhatu.

Dalhatu gave the hint when he addressed the members of staff of the board during the handing over of the boards’ affairs to him at the boards headquarters in Kaduna.

He noted that globally, Hajj operations were changing, adding that the board must not be left out of this dynamic development.
The overseer, who praised that the National Hajj Commission NAHCON, under the leadership of the outgoing Chairman, Malam M. Abdullahi, for bringing ” tremendous changes and reforms to Hajj operations”, urged members of staff of the board to emulate the commission.
He also assured that he would work toward making the board financially independent and ensure it offers more effective services to pilgrims.
Dalhatu, however, promised to invite stakeholders like EFCC, ICPC and NGOs, to train members of staff of the board on how to comply with laid down rules and regulations.
The overseer said “We must make sure that we have the best accommodation for our pilgrims, best Hajj Camp, best treatment from local governments, best enlightenment and education, the best treatment in Health-Care of our respected pilgrims.”

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