The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has officially concluded the airlift of Nigerian pilgrims for 2019 Hajj operations, with its last flight NGL 2124 Max Air, back to Nigeria.
The Commission in a statement on Thursday by its spokesman, Fatima Sanda Usara, expressed gratitude to the Almighty for facilitating the successful conclusion of 2019 Hajj airlift back to Nigeria three days ahead of schedule.
NAHCON Chairman, Barrister Abdullahi Mukhtar Muhammad, seized the opportunity to congratulate and commend Nigerian state pilgrims’ welfare board officials and executives for their patience, dedication and support to their respective pilgrims. It is the Commission’s prayer that the Almighty continues to guide all pilgrims’ operatives towards success in the discharge of their responsibilities to them.
Barrister Mukhtar equally extended the same appreciation to Max Air and FlyNas for their efficiency in airlifting pilgrims and their luggage safely to Nigeria within the fixed time.
He also recognised the civil conduct of Nigerian pilgrims during the just concluded exercise through which they carved a positive name for themselves in the host country.
He equally appreciated accommodation providers in both Makkah and Madinah, transportation providers, caterers in the two cities as well as Masha’irand all NAHCON staff, members of the Ulama team, medical team, media, security as well as all other officials that played their roles in the interest of Nigerian pilgrims.
“The Commission prays that each party involved in the success of the 2019 operation be rewarded with more successes in all their life endeavours,” the statement added.
The exercise that started on 17th of August spanned 26 days under 91 trips.