From Julius B. Kezi, Kafanchan
The Emir of Jama’a, Alhaji Muhammad Isa Muhammadu, has charged pilgrims from Jema’a Local Government Area to be good ambassadors, while in the Holy Land.
The Jama’a Emir gave the charge at his Palace in Kafanchan at the weekend while addressing 115 pilgrims from the area shortly before their departure to Kaduna.
He urged the pilgrims to pray for the sustenance of peace, unity and positive development of the Emirate, Jema’a Council, Kaduna State and the country in general.
The Royal Father reminded them of the purpose of investing huge sums of money to perform the hajj, one of the pillars of Islam.
He called on them to put into practice, what they learnt of the hajj education and ask their officials for proper guidance on things they might have forgotten or do not understand.
The Emir advised them to obey the laws of Nigeria and those of Saudi Arabia, feed well and safeguard their allowances.
The Royal Father also admonished the pilgrims to avoid extravagant spending and receipt of parcels from anyone, to safeguard them from trouble.