Nigerian leaders Fashola, Saraki storm Saudi Arabia for lesser hajj (photos)

Nigerian leaders Fashola, Saraki storm Saudi Arabia for lesser hajj (photos)

- Minister of works, power and housing Babatunde Fashola is presently in Saudi Arabia where he is going through Muslim rites known as hajj

- Also present in Saudi Arabia is the deputy speaker of the Lagos state House of Assembly, Wasiu Eshinlokun, and member Sikiru Oshinowo

- Gbenga Ashafa, senator representing Lagos East in the current 8th National Assembly

Babatunde Fashola, the minister of works, power and housing and Senate president Bukola Saraki among others are currently in Saudi Arabia for the lesser hajj.

NAIJ.com also gathered that the deputy speaker of the Lagos state House of Assembly Wasiu Eshinlokun and a member of Lagos legislature Sikiru Oshinowo paid Fashola a courtesy visit in Mecca on Thursday, June 22.

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Nigerian leaders Fashola, Saraki storm Saudi Arabia for lesser hajj (photos)

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On his own part, Saraki is reported to have been in the Muslim Holy City for about three days while Senator Ashafa also joined Fashola for a picture in Mecca.

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com earlier reported that the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) said intending pilgrims for the 2017 pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia will not be charged standardized transport fare.

The Executive Chairman of NAHCON, Alhaji Abdullahi Mohammad, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Wednesday that the commission was all it could to reduce the cost of transportation in view of the current economic realities.

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