- Ahmed Musa is the captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria
- The former Leicester City star is currently playing for Kano Pillars
- Musa is one of the big players whose love for expensive cars knows no bound
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Ahmed Musa who is the captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria has urged his friends, fans and associates to believe in themselves claiming that doing so will be of great help.
The Kano Pillars star made this statement while posing in front of his garage where two expensive jeeps can be be spotted.
There is no doubt about the fact that Ahmed Musa is one of the richest Nigerian players considering the money the forward has made since he started his football career.
Despite making cool money for himself and his family, Ahmed Musa is also contributing to the development of the society massively.
The former Leicester City star built a Sports center in Kano state and Kaduna and these two edifices are ones of the best in Africa.
A G Wagon and Range Rover worth millions of Naira can be seens behind Ahmed Musa while passing his message to his fans and friends.
After spending many years in Europa and Asia, Ahmed Musa recently made a return to the Nigerian League and will play for Kano Pillars this season.
Kano Pillars who are currently occupying second position on the NPFL table will be facing Warri Wolves on Sunday, May 9, but Ahmed Musa will not be playing.
Since rejoining Kano Pillars, Ahmed Musa has been boosting the morale of his teammates as they now believe that the can win the NPFL title this term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Ahmed Musa finally opened up on his decision to make return to the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) claiming that he rejoined Kano Pillars so as to help boost the image of the League.
Musa's return to the Nigerian Professional Football League is still the discussion among Nigerian football fans and also sports reporters.
The former Leicester City man was on the verge of making a return to the Premier League before the move to West Brom was blocked.
Ahmed Musa claimed that he is not regretting returning to Kano Pillars where he made his name.
In the 2009/10 season that Ahmed Musa first played for Kano Pillars, he finished as top scorer in the League netting 18 goals before he moved to Europe.