However, a review of the CCTV footage showed the purse in a waste bin.
The money has been returned to Tijani with other valuables intact.
” I am highly elated over the recovery of my money, I am most grateful to NAHCON officials, those of Oyo state government and the management of the hotel,” she said.
Earlier, the Head, Civic Education of NAHCON, Alhaji Umar Bala, while addressing some pilgrims in Madinah, called on them to take good care of their Basic Traveling Allowance (BTA) and other valuables to avoid unpalatable development in the course of the Hajj.
Meanwhile, NAHCON said it had so far transported 17,161 pilgrims to Madinah in 35 flights as at Monday.
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