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Ogun: Abiodun charges committee on Hajj to ensure safe operations

Ogun State senator Dapo Abiodun has charged individuals from the ten-man impromptu Hajj advisory group to work with the government workers in the Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board as a group to guarantee productive 2019 Hajj activities.

Abiodun gave the charge while introducing the board of trustees for the 2019 Hajj activities at the Governor’s Office Conference Room, Abeokuta on Friday.

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The senator said that the board must undertake to complete its obligations determinedly with the goal that Muslim explorers from Ogun State will have a pleasant, otherworldly and rewarding hajj work out.

He further scolded the individuals to get down to business to guarantee that 2019 hajj program enhances past traveler works out.

He ordered the panel to fear God and be focused on the duties allotted to them, advising them that the hajj is a significant, profound exercise for Muslims as the fifth mainstay of Islam.

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“You should understand that you have been painstakingly chosen from a pool of similarly committed and profoundly upstanding Muslims. You should likewise understand that you are playing out an obligation to individuals, yet to God, our maker,” the representative said.

Abiodun spoke to every single religious pioneer to keep petitioning God for the state and the country in general for harmony and serenity.

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In his comments, board administrator Imam Mufutau Majekodunmi expressed gratitude toward the representative for the arrangement, promising that the council would release its obligation valid to form.