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Kano: Hajj Commission to shut down 13 illegal tour operators

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) on Thursday, disclosed that it will stop the operation of 13 illegal tour operators in Kano State following an order, given by a Federal High Court in a sitting in the state.

The order was given in continuation of the motion exparte application filed on the 27th February 2017, NAHCON against the companies for operating Hajj and Umrah business without valid operation license.

Mousa Ubandawaki, Spokesperson of NAHCON said the Kano zonal office is already executing the order.

He also gave the name of the tour operators already shut down by the commission as Mush, Billiyu, IBH, FARDIQ, Mungadi and Taiseer, Al-Manar, Aslam, Sundown, Dayim, Al-furqan, Almukhtar, Meku and MPC travel.


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