Oyo State Muslim Pilgrims Urged to Pay N2.99m as 2023 Hajj Fare

The Chairman of the Oyo State Pilgrim Welfare Board, Professor Sayed Tunde Malik, has urged intending pilgrims from Oyo State to pay N2.99 million for the 2023 Hajj fare instead of the previously fixed N2.6 million.

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) and Chief Executive Officers of State Pilgrims Welfare Boards announced and approved the final 2023 Hajj fares on April 7th, 2023, with N2.999 million approved for each intending pilgrim from Oyo.

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The Board has also called on intending pilgrims to complete their payments on or before April 17th, 2023, and submit their international passports at the Hajj Camp in Ibadan for travel processing.



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