found out: See the shocking number of Nigerians Billed to share One rest room in the course of Pilgrimage in Mecca

The alarming number of Nigerians who
will share just one toilet in Mecca during
the hajj pilgrimage, has been revealed.
According to Vanguard, about 300 Katsina State pilgrims have
rejected the accommodation secured for them by the state
Pilgrims Welfare Board in Makka, Saudi Arabia.
The pilgrims who were on the ninth flight from the state arrived
Makkah at about 4p.m. on Monday.
The pilgrims said the hotel lacked basic facilities for human
habitation. Some of the pilgrims refused to go into the rooms
allotted to them at the Dar al Sa’adatu wal Khair hotel, and
instead camped at the Katsina state office in Makkah, where
they passed the night.
The pilgrims claimed most of the rooms had no air conditions
and adequate toilets, with as many as 15 people expected to
share one toilet facility.
However, the Chairman, Katsina State House of Assembly
Committee on Hajj Monitoring, Alhaji Abdullahi Mahuta, urged
the pilgrims to exercise patience, saying they had discussed with
the hotel management to rectify the anomaly.
He also advised them to remain calm so as not to vitiate their
Hajj by certain actions that may run counter to rules governing
hajj obligations.
Mahuta urged the pilgrims to accept the accommodation as
efforts were on to address areas of concern.
The State’s team Leader, Alhaji Mannir Yakubu, who is also the
state Deputy Governor, had also visited the hotel and pleaded
with the pilgrims to accept the accommodation.
He promised that all facilities lacking in the hotel would be
provided within a short time. In spite of the plea, some of the
pilgrims said they would remain at the state office throughout
their stay in Makka unless their grievances were fully

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