Ten thousand intending Christian pilgrims are expected to perform the 2022 pilgrimage to the holy land.
The airlifting of intending pilgrims to Israel and Jordan, will begin on May 31.
Executive secretary of Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission, Yakubu Pam, made this known during an inspection of the Yola International Airport, one of the staging point for the pilgrimage.
He explains that the intending pilgrims would spend five days in Israel and three days in Jordan.
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