HAJJ 2019: LASG begins Medical test

HAJJ 2019: LASG begins Medical test

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The Secretary, Lagos State Muslim Pilgrims Board, Mr Rahman Ishola has stated that the first phase of medical test for intending pilgrims of Lagos State has commenced, stressing that the exercise is in line with the efforts to verify the health condition of the intending pilgrims.

He advised intending pilgrims not to hide their health status to avoid putting effective management of their health condition in jeopardy, adding that the earlier their health condition is identified the better.

Ishola, therefore, advised applicants to visit the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital’s Laboratory (LASUTH) Ikeja for the first phase of the medical test after collecting their application and Pre- Hajj screening forms from the State Board.

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He also requested that intending pilgrims who have completed their payments and medical tests for Hajj 2019 should submit their forms at the Board office for further processing.

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