The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria NAHCON has revealed that it will close its portal for 2023 Hajj through the hajj savings scheme.
Chairman/CEO of the commission Alhaji Zikrullah Kunle Hassan stated this while briefing news men today in the hajj house in abuja.
Alhaji Kunle Hassan also said that the 28th April is the final date for the remittance of all hajj levies for both pilgrims travelling under the hajj savings scheme and the traditional method alike.
Hassan further mention that the presdent has approved four airlines which comprised of Max Air, Flynas, Aero contractors, Azman Air and peace Air as the official airlines to convey Nigerian pilgrims to the holy land while Arik Air and value Jet Chattered aircrafts for tour operators..
He also noted that airlif of intending pilgrims to commence 21st of May 2023.