Nigerian Hajj Pilgrim Who Fell & Injures Self At Prophet’ Mosque In Medina Saudi Arabia Duped

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August 23, 2016 – Fraudster Dupes Nigerian Hajj Pilgrim Who Fell & Injures Self At Prophet’s Mosque In Medina Saudi Arabia

A Nigerian Hajj victim who fell and injured himself in Medina Saudi Arabia has been duped.

The victim identified as Ibrahim Bala from Kaduna state said when he fell at Prophet mosque on Monday, a man approached him and asked if he needed help.

He gave the man a bundle of Saudi Riyals to get him a walking stick and since then, the man hasn’t showed up.

Bala lamented that since the incident, he had not been able to receive medical attention as there were no officials of the Kaduna State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board to assist.

The pilgrim said he had to suspend the mandatory visitations to holy sites in Medina due to his health condition.

“As you can see, I still have a lot of money with me but I don’t know where to go, I don’t care how much I will spend, I just want to get well.”

9 thoughts on “Nigerian Hajj Pilgrim Who Fell & Injures Self At Prophet’ Mosque In Medina Saudi Arabia Duped

  1. THANK God! It could have been worse but it isn’t. Do all you can to get medical attention. You should know how to find your way. Or do you need a tour guide to take you to a hospital?

  2. So scammer too dey for mecca? (Oga o)…thank God you still have money on you try and take good care of yourself
    #clueless human
    #IT_CAN_ONLY_GET_BETTER

  3. May God send to you a reliable helper.
    Hmm lots of money in soudi Arabia with this tough time in Nigeria at the moment.

  4. Just get well and come back home. People know you went on pilgrimage and will address you by the expected title notwithstanding that you did not visit all the Holy Sites.
    Wish you speedy recovery!

    • @Big Aunty koks, quick question when someone go to Isreal for pilgrimage what kinds of titles are expected???

  5. @Keeping it real, after going on pilgrimage to Isreal one has “JP” attached to his or her name. I understand it means”Jerusalem Pilgrim”, e.g. You could be addressed as “Keeping it real (JP)” were you to go on pilgrimage to Isreal.What I don’t know is whether it is only peculiar to Nigerian Christian Pilgrims or whether the appellation is of general application for pilgrims worldwide who visit Isreal on pilgrimage.

    If you are not aware of that title, I think you should tell me a big thank you for this information for I just might have saved you from offending someone important should you omit those important letters from his name where he deserves it. People as you know don’t view such breach of protocol lightly**wink**.

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