Stranded Hajj pilgrims to be airlifed this evening from Tamale
| Updated Aug 11, 2017 at 9:00pm
Vice President Dr. Mahmudu Bawumia has assured all- would be pilgrims that they will be flown to Saudi Arabia to perform this year's hajj.
He said the delay in airlifting the first batch was a technical issue and has nothing to do with the Hajj Board.
As at 5pm this evening , the Vice President announced that, a new aircraft was in Nigerian Airspace and should be in Tamale soon.