President Muhammadu Buhari,  has nominated Ameerah of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta Muslim Community, Alhaja Basirat Akintunde as a member of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON).
 Akintunde, who is the acting  librarian of the polytechnic was among the NAHCON nominees sent to the National Assembly by the president.
In a letter addressed to the Senate, President Buhari wrote: “Pursuant to Section 3 (2) of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) Act 2006, I am pleased to forward for confirmation by the senate the underlisted names of the nominees for the position of Chairman and members of the National Hajj Commission.”
 Buhari urged the Senate for expeditious considerations and confirmation of the nominees, which include Abdullahi Magaji Hardawa (Operation Inspection and Licensing (Bauchi, North-East), Nura Hassan Yakasai Policy, Personnel Management and Finance (Kano, North-West)
Sheikh Momoh Suleman Imonikhe, Planning, Research, Statistics Information and Library (Edo, South-South).Zikrullah (Sikiru) Olakunle Hassan is the Chairman nominee from Osun State (South-West).
Part-time members are Mrs Halimat Jibril, Niger State, Abbas Jato, Borno State, Garba Umar, Sokoto State; Ibrahim Ogbonnah Amah, Ebonyi State, Sadiq Oniyesaneyene Musa, Delta State and Mrs. Akintunde Basirat Olayinka, Ogun State.
Representatives of Ministries, Department and Agencies are Shehu Dogo, Ministry of Aviation, Nura Abba Rimi, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rabi Bello Isa, Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ujudud Sheriff, Ministry of Health, Aminu Bako Yarima, Nigeria Immigration Service and Ibrahim Ishaq Nuhu from Central Bank of Nigeria.