KADUNA State Muslim Pilgrims
Welfare Board, KSMPWB, is to
commence refund of over N140
million to pilgrims who performed
the holy pilgrimage in 2014 and
2015 this week.
The new overseer of the board,
Imam Husaini Sulaiman Tsoho
made this known while briefing
a committee set up to ensure
disbursement of the funds to the
affected pilgrims.
A statement signed by the
board’s public relations officer,
Yunusa Muhammad Abdullahi,
said the money was sent to the
board recently by the National
Hajj Commission of Nigeria,
NAHCON, for services not
rendered by the various service
providers at the holy land during
last year’s hajj.
He said each of the 2014 pilgrims
would be paid N3,540 while
those of 2015 were to receive over
N20,000 as part of refunds for
transportation, feeding and other
services not rendered to them
during the hajj exercise.
Husaini, according to the
statement, said that the affected
pilgrims were to contact their
registration officers for screening
with their international passports
that has 2014 or 2015 hajj visa on
it as directed by NAHCON before
being paid.
He, however, warned the
registration officers to ensure all
the affected pilgrims received their
refunds after full identification, also
urging the pilgrims to comply with
the modalities of the payment for
accountability and transparency

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