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No Nigerian pilgrim stranded in Nigeria – NAHCON

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, has debunked a media report that over 17,000 registered Nigerian pilgrims have been left stranded in the country for this year’s Hajj, following the closure of entry into Saudi Arabia, yesterday.

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NASFAT Chief Missioner, Onike joins Int’l rights advocacy group

THE Chief Missioner of Nasrul Lahil-L-Fatih Society, NASFAT, Imam Mahroof Abdulazeez Onike has broken new ground in dawah (propagation of religious ideals) with his recent successful participation in the just concluded International Human Rights Defenders Forum in Atlanta, United States of America at the instance of the Carter Center Inc., a pet project of former US President Jimmy Carter.

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Eid-Kabir: Prices of Rams soar as sellers groan over low patronage

Barely two weeks to the Eid-Kabir celebration, prices of rams have remained out of reach for most Nigerians just as sellers groan under low patronage in Lagos, Ogun, Ibadan and Abuja.  A survey conducted at the Kara Ram Market in Lagos along Lagos-Ibadan expressway reveals a significant rise in the price of various sizes of the animal compared to last year.

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Before you go on hajj…

The person who intends to perform Hajj must do so with the express niyyah of attaining Allah’s pleasure, and to fulfill one’s fardh, and also to diligently carry out the commands of Allah and His Messenger. Just as the Prophet said, actions shall be judged according to intention,” you must make your intention clear so that you don’t miss the reward inherent in the performance of holy pilgrimage.

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