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Ex-Grand Khadi commends Saraki Umrah beneficiaries for good conducts

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Ex-Grand Khadi commends Saraki Umrah beneficiaries for good conducts

Justice Idris Haroon (rtd)

Pilgrims of the just concluded lesser Hajj (Umrah) in Saudi Arabia on the gesture of the Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, have returned to Nigeria safely.

The Coordinator of the Committee, Justice Idris Abdullahi Haroon, stated this in a statement issued in Ilorin on Monday stressing that, “Haven completed the spiritual exercises of Umrah, I am glad to inform the public that all our pilgrims have returned home safely”.

Haroon who is also a retired Grand Khadi of the Kwara State Shariah Court of Appeal, Ilorin however thanked the sponsor for providing the platform for the less privileges to take part in the spiritual obligations.

He however commended the pilgrims for living up to standard by displaying good conducts and discipline before, during and after the exercise even as he prayed Allah to accept all their deeds as an act of worship.

ROYAL NEWS reports that the Senate President had during the inauguration of the 10-man committee explained the rationale behind his decision.

Ex-Grand Khadi commends Saraki Umrah beneficiaries for good conducts
Ex-Grand Khadi commends Saraki Umrah beneficiaries for good conducts

(L-R) Professor Lanre Badmus, Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki CON, and Justice Idris Abdullahi Haroon shortly after the inauguration of the committee recently

He said: “We have our Muslim and Christian brothers desirous of observing the pilgrimages, but could not afford the cost. We will help such people with a forum through which they can realise their dreams.

”We may not be able to do like the government which used to sponsor about 400 when I was governor of Kwara state, we will start with 100. The coming Umrah( lesser Hajj) shall be the starting point.”

 

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