Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has a way of melting people’s heart with his continuous show of generosity.
Still receiving accolades for his highly-commendable decision to return to the Nigeria Professional Football League to play for Kano Pillars ten years after leaving the club, Musa has scored another ‘goal’ this time not on the pitch.
While some felt it was a desperate move to save a dwindling career, Musa’s decision not to collect any salary in his short spell has effectively countered those unfounded thoughts.
Now it has been revealed that Musa has made a whooping donation of N2m to construct a mosque inside the Three Brigade of the Nigerian Army Day Secondary School, Bokavu Barrack in Kano.
@DejiAdesogan who broke the news on Saturday wrote: Super Eagles Captain, Ahmed Musa has donated N2million for the construction of a mosque inside 3 Brigade of the Nigerian Army Day Secondary School, Bokavu Barrack in #Kano. God bless @Ahmedmusa718 for extending his usual hand of generosity to others, especially during #Ramadan
In the past, Musa has had the course to give people varying sums of money, scholarships and other things to help improve their livelihood.