Dec 7, 2022

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Huge Tragedy As Nigerian Pilgrim Dies After Returning From Mount Arafat –

  • One piece of news that would sadden the hearts of loved ones is the death of another Nigerian pilgrim, identified simply as Hasiya Aminu
  • The The sad development was reported by NAHCON’s Chief of Operations and Head of Nigerian Medical Team, Dr. Usman Galadima, confirmed. Aminu is the second pilgrim to die during the Hajj operations in 2022.

Another Nigerian pilgrim identified simply as Hasiya Aminu identified in Kaduna State is dead.

Vanguard reports that the pilgrim died Friday night after returning from the Plains of Arafat.

Aminu’s death confirmed

Dr. Usman Galadima, Chief of Operations and Head of the Nigerian Medical Team at the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), confirmed the development and said no cause of her death had been determined.

Pilgrims who were close to her in the tent said that she returned immediately, that she was sleeping and that she died in her sleep.

Dr. However, Galadima said that Aminu’s family had already been informed of her death and she would be buried according to Islamic rites.

The first pilgrim to die earlier

Aminu is the second pilgrim to die during the 2022 Hajj operations.

Hajiya Aisha Ahmed from Keffi in Nasarawa State also died last week after a short illness and was buried in Mecca.

Mount Arafat

Staying on Arafat during the day is a compulsory rite that every pilgrim must perform in order to perform Hajj.< /p>

Nigerian pilgrims were among over a million conducting the 2022 Hajj operations in Arafat.

Hajj 2022: Nigerian pilgrims join others on Mt Arafat for intercessions

< p class="align-left">Nigerian pilgrims in Saudi Arabia joined millions of pilgrims around the world as part of the Hajj exercise in 2022 n World on Mount Arafat.

As reported by Premium Times Converging The assembly on Mount Arafat is a central part of the Hajj practice, allowing individuals to work for their families, friends and loved ones to pray.

Sweat, pray, love: extreme heat chases Hajj

< p class="align-left">It has been found that the temperature of the sun on 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit) in the afternoon.

Due to the weather conditions, many men were seen trying to shield their heads from the scorching sun and Islam forbids men from wearing a hat during Hajj practice.