Warri — The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has signed an agreement with three airlines to airlift this year's pilgrims to Saudi Arabia.
Head, Public Affairs Division of the commission, Mrs. Fatima Usara, made the disclosure in a statement yesterday in Abuja.
She named the airlines to include w Max Air Ltd., Medview Airlines Plc and FlyNas, a Saudi Arabia-designated facility.
According to her, NAHCON chairman, Abdullahi Muhammad, enjoined the carriers to discharge their duties diligently.
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