Speaker Lauds Gov. Dauda Lawal Efforts In Improving The Walfare Of Zamfara State Pilgrims 

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Zamfara Speaker expresses delight on the arrangements made by Zamfara Pilgrims Welfare Agency concerning 2024 Hajj excercise.

The Speaker Zamfara State House of Assembly, R t Honourable Bi’yaminu Ismail Moriki has expressed total delight on adequate preparations sofar made by the administration of Governor Dauda Lawal to ensuring the Successful Hajj excercise through the State Pilgrims Welfare Agency.

This has to do with the total commitments of the State government towards assisting Zamfara State intending pilgrims beginning from home to the Holy land.

R t Honourable Bi’yaminu Ismail Moriki stated this while briefing News men in Mecca Saudi Arabia ahead of this year’s Hajj excercise schedules to commence in few days coming.

The Speaker said as leaders of Zamfara Intending pilgrims, they were satisfied with the arrangements made by both National Hajj Commission of Nigeria NAHCON and Zamfara Pilgrims Welfare Board particularly in the areas of Health, transformation, acommodation feeding, as well as the security of the State Intending pilgrims.

According to the State Chief Lawmaker the good conducts of Zamfara Intending pilgrims from Hajj camp to Airport up Saudi Arabia deserved commendation.

R t Honourable Bi’yaminu Moriki also advised officials of the State pilgrims welfare agency to continue with their efforts while conducting their responsibility aimed at ensuring the success of the excercise.

He however tasked the State Intending pilgrims to be good ambassadors of Zamfara by abiding rules and regulations of Saudi authorities, and avoid anything that can tarnish their image and State in general.

During the interview, the Speaker was together with the Deputy Speaker Zamfara State House of Assembly, Honourable Adamu Aliyu Gummi, Majority Leader, Honourable Bello Muhd Mazawaje Tsafe, and some Honourable Members of the State House of Assembly.

 

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