Saudi Envoy Bids Nigerian Guest of Custodian Farewell to Hajj
By Our Correspondent, Kaduna
The Saudi Ambassador has sent off the guests of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques from Nigeria to perform the 2019 Hajj exercise.
The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the Nigerian , Abuja on Friday organized a farewell ceremony for the guests of the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques from the Federal Republic of Nigeria to perform 2019 Hajj.
The Ambassador of the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques in Nigeria, Adnan Bin Mahmoud Bostaji, who addressed the gathering, explained that the program of the guests of the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques to perform hajj, is a continuation of the efforts of the righteous leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in taking care of the guests of Ar-Rahman every year.
He said one of the aims of this program is to consolidate the brotherly relationship among the muslims in the whole world and to enhance the Islamic unity and brotherhood.
The ambassador added that the program also enables the guests to see the great efforts that the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is making in serving the two Holy Mosques and facilitating Hajj performance for all the pilgrims.
The Director of the Nigerian Center for Arabic Research Prof. Khidir Abdulbagi Mohammad who spoke on behalf of the guests expressed appreciation and gratitude to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
“May Allah protect him and his trustworthy Crown Prince for the noble invitation and their efforts to safeguard the Holy Sites and make hajj easy for all the gusts of ar-Rahman,” he said.