2019 Hajj: 2,000 Katsina pilgrims transported back home from Saudi Arabia
No fewer than 2,000 pilgrims from Katsina State have returned home after performing the 2019 Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, Katsina Post learnt.
The chairman of the Katsina Pilgrims Reception committee, Alhaji Ahmed Mohammed, made this known to press on Saturday.
According to Alhaji Ahmed, the pilgrims arrived in Katsina in four batches in the past seven days through Max Air Airline.
He also added that the pilgrims arrived home in good health, very happy, excited, and in high spirits.
“However, we are still expecting the remaining 1,000 pilgrims to arrive home in the next few days”, he added.
He lauded the state government for all the necessary support and logistics for a hitch-free pilgrimage.