Al-Hujjaj promises efficient service for pilgrims
• Bags second best private tour operator award
Al-Hujjaj International Umrah & Hajj Services Limited has expressed its commitment to ensure a hitch free 2017 hajj exercise. The hajj operator was recently awarded the second Best-Performing Tour Operator in Nigeria during last hajj exercise.
Al-Hujjaj bagged the award of excellence during Hajj operators’ award organized by the Office of the Presidency under the leadership of Chairman, National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), Alhaji Abdullahi Mukhtar, recently in Abuja.
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Al-Hujjaj Travels & Tours Limited, Alhaji Abdul Jelili Animashaun, thanked NAHCON for deeming it fit to award his company for the good services render to the humanity “I thank Allah (swt), I special thank NAHCON for this prestigious award, we are happy to achieve this height in this industry”, Animashaun said.
He added “for coming second in Nigeria, this has surely showed the quality of our services to our people, our services has been fantastic and excellence, so we are aiming high. Luckily we have Chairman who have passion for this business, so there’s huge chances for anybody in this business to succeed”.
Animashaun who showered praises on his managements and staff said “all those who are working with me are brilliant per excellence people, we have always been at the forefront since our inception”.
Speaking about the journey so far, Animashaun said the journey has not been easy but they kept on going “well, we have been in this industry since 1975, the journey has not been easy but we kept on going”.
“When we started, our major carriers are, Ethiopian, Egypt, KLM and Nigeria airways but now we are using one of the best airline in the world (Emirate).
Director Finance, Mojeed Animashaun said: “We always ensure our plans on accommodation, tents, and other services for our clients during their Hajj and Umrah are intact”.
“As part of the our quality service, we serve our clients Nigeria local food throughout their stay in Saudi Arabia, our staff are from Nigeria so they know what our people want,” he said.