Nigeria’s Senate President, World Leaders Visit King of Saudi Arabia

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Nigeria’s Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki along with other world leaders, Islamic dignitaries, and heads of delegations and Pilgrim affairs offices met with King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia at the annual reception held at Mina Palace in Jeddah.

King Salman congratulated the guests while praying to Allah Almighty to accept pilgrims’ Hajj and prayers, praising Him that pilgrims perform their Hajj rituals in tranquility, security, and ease. He added that the Holy Land was determined more than ever before to provide best services during Hajj.

“We are completing in our works the gigantic efforts exerted by the kings of this blessed country since the era of its founder late King Abdul Aziz (May Allah bestow mercy upon his soul),” he added.

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represents the heart of the Muslim world. Therefore, it senses the hopes and pains of Muslims everywhere, strives to achieve unity, cooperation, and solidarity in our Muslim world, and achieves security and peace in the whole world.

“I pray to Allah Almighty to help our brothers the pilgrims of the Grand Holy Mosque to complete Hajj rituals and return home safely.

“I wish that you are well every year. May Allah’s peace, mercy, and blessings are upon you.” He said.