Hajj 2023: Lagos To Start Airlift of 3,588 Pilgrims By June 7th.

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The Lagos States Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board said it will start airlift of its pilgrim to Saudi Arabia for 2023 hajj exercise on Sunday, 7th June

The immediate past Commissioner for Home Affairs, Prince Anofiu Olanrewaju Elegushi disclosed during a hajj seminar that a total of 3,588 intending pilgrims would be performing the spiritual exercise through the state.

He also stated that the first batch would depart from Lagos to Madinah on Sunday 4th of June, through Flynas airline, a Saudi Arabia based airline, adding that the airline has been known for excellent service delivery over the years.