Funso, daughter of former Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Bola Ige, has asserted that it is a waste of life for anyone to die for Nigeria.

Bola Ige was on December 23, 2001 murdered at his home in Ibadan by unknown men and nearly 15 years later, no one has been jailed in connection with incident.

Speaking with newsmen, Funso said her father sacrificed so much for the nation and the reward he got was death.

According to her, the family have left his killers in the court of God, whom she said is the greatest judge.

READ ALSO  CCT fixes Oct 5 to rule on Saraki’s fresh motion to stop trial

“Nigeria is not worth dying for. For my dad, that was his own belief (that whatever you live for is worth dying for), I don’t believe Nigeria is worth dying for because there hasn’t been justice.

“If somebody or some people are paying the price for his death, then I’ll know that Nigeria is worth dying for. My father believed too much in this Nigeria.

READ ALSO  Eid-el-Fitri:  Faparusi salute Muslims for uniting against Nigeria’s breakup  

“Every time you said anything negative about the country, he would say no, Nigeria is going to be great, that Nigeria would someday be part of G7 and all that stuff.

“That was him, and I don’t condemn him for it. But as for me, Nigeria is not worth dying for. I’m going to live for my children, my grand children and great-grand children.

“God forbids anything to happen to you in this country, you are on your own. So, I’m not going to die for Nigeria. My father has already died for Nigeria; nobody in my family will ever die for Nigeria again.”

READ ALSO  Gov Ortom urges council chairmen to fast track devt

It would be recalled that two yet-to-be named suspects in ongoing investigation into murder of Ige, recently opened up on their involvement.

The duo confessed that four days before Ige was murdered, they travelled to Abuja to collect huge amount of money from some persons to carry out the operation.