- Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa shared a video of his new sports centre in Kaduna State
- The ultra modern complex has a swimming pool, gym set-up, tennis court and much more
- Musa is one of the richest Nigerian players and invested large sums of money into sports
Nigerian legend Ahmed Musa has unveiled his mighty ultra-modern sports facilities in Kaduna State, with the Super Eagles captain sharing the video of the edifice.
The 30-year-old has continued to win the hearts of many in his home country and around the world, based on how regularly he has been giving back to society.
There is no doubt about the fact that Musa is one of the richest African players, considering what the former Premier League player has made thanks to football.
Musa has mansions in Nigeria and abroad, and he is also the proud owner of many luxury cars.
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Where are the sports facility?
The facility is located at Old Kamazo, Janruwa Layout, along the Yakowa expressway in Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria.
According to the video the former Leicester City forward posted on Twitter, a swimming pool, a football pitch, a table tennis court, a gym, a full tennis court, a squash court, a volleyball court and a badminton set-up can all be seen.
Watch the video below:
Musa plays as a forward and left winger for Turkish Super Lig club Sivasspor, as well as for the Nigeria national team.
He has so far featured in 107 games and scored 16 times, and has won the Africa Cup of Nations with his country.
Photo of Musa's humble beginning
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Super Eagles captain Musa shared a touching picture of how things started for him on the streets, before he made it to the top of his career.
The former Premier League star is today one of the richest African players considering what he has made in football, and continues to make playing in Turkey.
Musa has been blessed beyond doubt considering his properties both in Nigeria and abroad, but many hold him in high regard for his humble and selfless nature.