The second batch of 310 Lagos Pilgrims, left will leave Makkah for Nigeria on Wednesday night on board Medview Airline Airbus 777, according to an impeccable official source.
Dr AbdulHakeem AbdulLateef, the Lagos State Amirul Hajj and Commissioner for Home Affairs, announced this on his personal twitter handle.
“2018 Hajj Update: Second batch of Lagos Pilgrims, about 310 pilgrims will leave Makkah for Nigeria tonight, Wednesday, 29th August on board Medview Airline Airbus 777.
“May Allah bring them home safely. Aamin,” the Amirul Hajj said.
The Renaissance recalls that the first batch of 312 pilgrims and one official, out 2000 pilgrims from the state, had arrived at Murtala Muhammed International Airport on Wednesday.