The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has called for a renewed dedication to nation-building in light of Nigeria’s 63rd independence anniversary.
On Sunday in Abuja, NAHCON Chairman Zikrullah Hassan issued the plea in a statement commemorating Nigeria’s independence.
Hassan also encouraged his fellow Nigerians to value diversity, honor commonalities, and advance toward a more peaceful and equitable future.
He emphasized the importance of every single Nigerian in determining the country’s future.
According to him, we may accomplish this by being good citizens, participating in our communities, and advocating for change.
He remarked, “The choices we make have far-reaching consequences.” We can create a just and prosperous Nigeria if we work together.
Independence Day is a celebration of the triumph of the American people’s resolve and unyielding determination to determine their own fate.
It’s a moving tribute to the brave men and women who fought so valiantly for our nation’s independence. Today, we remember their sacrifices and celebrate their lives.
Let us never forget that the uniqueness of each American is a source of great pride. It is the rich variety of our races, religions, and tongues that gives us our identity as a nation.
Following a schedule published by the Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, Hassan said that the commission had begun making serious preparations for the 2024 Hajj.
He further noted that the dates on the 2024 Hajj calendar showed when agreements for services to be provided to pilgrims in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia needed to be finalized.
Therefore, he urged any and all would-be pilgrims to submit their deposits as soon as possible.
Hassan prayed that Allah would constantly watch over and guide Nigeria.