Nigerian Pilgrim Returns Lost N500,000 To Pakistani Man In Mecca. Photo

A protocol staff in the office of Nasarawa state first lady, has returned the sum of N500, 000 he found to Pakistan Pilgrim in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Yahaya Omaki, a pilgrim from Nasarawa state, found a missing wallet during cycling of the Ka’ aba (Tawaf) containing some valuable items belonging to a Pakistani’ pilgrim Mr. Faisal Saleem.
After completing his TAWAF in the holy mosque of Makkah, Yahaya Omaki called the PRO of the Board Abdulrazaq Muhammad to intimate him with the news with a view to locating the owner of the items through his phone, found in the wallet.
After much efforts, Mr Faisel Salem was reached and he was asked to come for his missing wallet.
Within an hour Mr. FAISAL and his friend located Binladin Mosque where Yahaya Omaki and the PRO NSMPWB finally handed over his belongings.
Receiving his belongings, Mr. Faisal Saleem of Pakistan said the gesture has further projected the image of Nigeria pilgrims in the eyes of international communities.
Mr. Faisal Saleem then offer Yahaya Omaki the sum of 50 riyal which he turned down saying he has done it for the sake of Allah.
Items found in the wallet include Pakistani’s and Saudi Currencies, traveling documents, Samsung Phone model and I.D cards among others.
In a swift reaction, Executive Secretary Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, Nasarawa State Mallam Abubakar Hassan Nalaraba said he will continue to remain indelible for the State pilgrims for exhibiting high level of maturity and sincerity during hajj exercise.

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