NAHCON seeks private investors to transform Hajj Camp in Lagos

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has called on interested investors to partner it in turning around its multi-million -naira property – Hajj Camp at Akowonjo in Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos State. This is as the Lagos State Government has proposed to rebrand the dilapidated hajj camp into an international Islamic school for the state. Alhaji Dhikrulahi Kunle Hassan, the National Chairman, NAHCON, said in Lagos during the inspection of the facility that partnering with purposeful investors would help to turn around the fortune of the camp,…

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NAFEST 2020: Rusewe puts Jos on focus with first drive-in engagement

Nigeria cultural tourism community witnessed its first successful count down to a post covid 19 new normal engagement with a drive- in artistic experience, held at the open grounds of Sheraton hotels, Abuja on Sunday. The event, shoveled with very tight security, social distancing and a must wear mask protocols, ushered in selected car owners strategically connected to a special program frequency for sound, dedicated pavilions and over forty visitors convenience. The well illuminated and decorated open theatre stand was centralized and visible from all directions and angles, with the…

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