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    Sultan of Sokoto demands return of Amirul Hajj

    The Sultan of Sokoto and Leader of the Nigerian Incomparable Board for Islamic Undertakings (NSCIA) Alhaji Muhammad Sa'ad Abubakar III, has required the arrival of Amirul Hajj, to better the part of Nigerian travelers in Saudi Arabia, amid the yearly exercise.

    He decided yesterday in Abuja, at the opening of a two day National Hajj and Umrah Partner's Meeting and tenth commemoration, themed "Hajj Administration in Nigeria: Respecting the past, cherishing the present and forming the future" composed by the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON).

    President Muhammadu Buhari implicitly scratched off the Amir Hajj, after he declared that there will be no national government appointment for the 2015 journey.

    The Senior Uncommon Partner to the President on Media and Exposure, Garba Shehu, in an announcement said the choice would spare government an expected $1million and N30 million in neighborhood costs.

    The legislature however said it would maintain consular, medicinal and welfare support to all pioneers of course and would likewise not bomb in its commitments to the residents in wording journey paying little heed to the nonappearance of government designation.

    In any case, the Sultan, while opening the partners' meeting at the Abuja National Mosque said the part of the Amirul hajj is essential for the a great many Nigerian Muslims playing out the journey. The director of the commission, Abdullahi Mukhtar Muhammad, said NAHCON is to set up a standard preparing foundation for the preparation of Hajj chiefs and handlers.

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