According to the Ghana Hajj Board, this year’s prospective pilgrims to Mecca will have to spend $6,500, or GH75,000 per person.
The Board states that the GH75,000 in cedi equivalent will be in effect until March 31, 2023, after which it may fluctuate depending on the current US dollar exchange rate.
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According to a press release issued on March 1, 2023, prospective pilgrims must pay early through one of the 42 Accredited Hajj Agents nationwide in order to secure their slots. The press release was jointly signed by the Executive Secretary, Alhaji Farouk Hamza, and Board Chairman, Ben Abdallah Banda.
The Hajj of 2023 will take place from Monday, June 26, to Saturday, July 1, 2023.
Check out full statement below;
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