In response to the murder of an eldest son at his Malali home in Kaduna State, Senator Bala Ibn Na’Allah has said that the life of his son is no different from anyone else’s.
Na’Allah expressed hope on Monday that his death will play a major role in finding solutions to Nigeria’s problems.
Sen. Na’Allah, who was outside Nigeria when the incident occurred, said his son’s attackers were not armed with guns.
The assailants gained access to his house through the roof and strangled him. Even in death, we will continue to love him because he was such a wonderful person.”
“His life is no better than any other Nigerian’s. In our family, we have since surrendered every concern to Almighty Allah for the strength to bear the loss of Abdulkareem and, through the numerous calls, messages, and visits, we have every right to thank Almighty Allah for his love and mercy,” he said.
The lawmaker for Kebbi South, as well as the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Air Force, added: “We assure them that we have not lost faith in God, no matter how much hardship you have brought him. We will overcome the tragic loss of one of the finest Ambassadors of our family who has done us proud in his lifetime. We hope that his death will play a major role in finding solutions to the problems facing our great Nation.”
Thanking the Nigerian Police and the Government of Kaduna for their intervention, he prayed Allah grants Abdulkareem eternal rest.
Shauntv reported that, the 36-year-old pilot and eldest son of Na’Allah was discovered dead at his residence on Umar Gwandu road, Malali; a prestigious neighborhood in Kaduna.
He was killed in cold blood after the attackers forced their way into his home and took away his Lexus SUV.