Inheritance is the practice of passing on private property, titles, debts, entitlements, privileges, rights, and obligations upon the death of an individual. The rules of inheritance differ among societies and have changed over time.
On Thursday, 30th of September 2021, former Senator from Kogi West Senatorial District, Dino Melaye made it known through his social media platform that he will not leave any property for his children to inherit after his death. He said this because he wanted his children to work very hard to attain a greater height in life.
He said: " I will not leave any property for my children to inherit after death. It is not about what you leave for children that matter but the training you gave them when you were alive. My father didn't leave any property for me but he made me what I am today. My children should take note, no property for them to inherit."
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