THE Oyo State Pilgrims Welfare Board (Muslim wing) has asked all intending pilgrims who made deposits with it for this year’s disrupted hajj to rest assured that their deposits are safe for activation for the pilgrimage in 2021.
The chairman of the board, Professor Sayed Malik, gave the assurance while briefing journalists at his office at the Hajj Camp, Olodo, Ibadan, on the decision of Saudi Arabia on this year’s hajj.
Professor Malik, however, asked those who wish to get their money back to request for the refund by writing to the board.
“Looking at the COVID-19 global pandemic and the decision of the Saudi Arabian government to stop international pilgrims from partaking in the…
Source: Nigerian Tribune