Kano Gov’t Provides Meals to Pilgrims in Saudi Arabia

Abba Kabir Yusuf

Kano State Government has provided meals to pilgrims from the state who are currently in Saudi Arabia for the Hajj pilgrimage.

Ibrahim Garba Shuaibu the Head of Media Team for Kano State pilgrims and also the spokesperson of the Deputy Governor of Kano State disclosed this development in a press statement released to newsmen.

According to Ibrahim, the meal is one of the best offered to pilgrims, and is aimed at ensuring the well-being and comfort of the pilgrims during their stay in the holy land.

He added that the meals are being provided twice a day to all pilgrims from Kano State, regardless of their background or socio-economic status.

“The meals, which are prepared by a team of experienced chefs, are nutritious and delicious, and are served in a clean and hygienic environment” he said.

In addition to the meals, the Kano State Government has also deployed a team of medical professionals to Saudi Arabia to provide medical care to the pilgrims.

The medical team, which includes doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, is stationed at the Kano State pilgrims’ camp in Mecca and is available to provide medical assistance to pilgrims 24/7.

Furthermore, the state government has also deployed an environmental team to ensure the safety and cleanliness of the pilgrims’ environment.

The team, which includes sanitation experts and environmental health officers, is responsible for ensuring that the pilgrims’ camp is kept clean and hygienic, and that all necessary measures are taken to prevent the outbreak of diseases.

The Kano State Government’s gesture has been widely praised by pilgrims and stakeholders alike, who have commended the state government for its commitment to the welfare of its citizens.