Over 400 Malawians are expected to perform hajj and umrah this year.

Three companies including Lloyds Travel Centre for Hajj and Umrah are aiding Malawian pilgrims to the holy place in Saudi Arabia.

In an interview Group leader for Hajj at Lloyds Travel Centre for Hajj and Umrah, Sheikh Ahmad Chienda said “all preparations for the 150 pilgrims they are travelling with have been finalized.”

Sheikh Chienda has then advised the pilgrims to utilize the life time opportunity to its maximum so that their sins are forgiven.

The Pilgrims are expected to leave the country for hajj on Monday 22nd July 2019 through Kamuzu International Airport.