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Ahmed Musa Remembers Late Mother Four Years After Demise, Pays Tribute
- Nigerian international Ahmed Musa has marked the fourth-year remembrance of his late mother
- Mrs Sarah Moses died in Jos which is the capital of Plateau State after brief illness and Musa says he is missing her
- The former Premier League star made it clear that no one can replace his late mum in his heart
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has remembered and paid a touching tribute to his late mother, Sarah Moses, four years after her painful demise.
It seems just like yesterday when Musa lost his mother after brief illness. The passing of Mrs. Sarah really affected the Super Eagles legend considering how close they were.
Musa, like every boy child, has a soft spot for his mother. The former Leicester City star explained that he thinks about his mum every day.
The 30-year-old took to social media and posted on his Instagram page sharing with fans the ground at which his late mum was buried.
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Statement made by Musa
''Dear mum, it's been 4 years without you and not a single day pass without me thinking about you. The void you have left is so evident but I am grateful because I am doing all I can to make you proud. We all miss you dearly.
''My confidence is that you are in a better place looking down on us all. I miss you beyond words can express. Rest well mum.''
Surajo Jambul speaks
Sports Brief spoke with former Kano Pillars chairman, Surajo Jambul on the demise of Musa's mother, and the football administrator described her as a worthy mother.
''I knew her very well and what I can say is that she was a caring mother who played an important role towards helping the career of Ahmed.
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''Me and Ahmed used to talk about her when he came back to Pillars and I pray that Allah should forgive her.''
Musa sends message to Nigerians
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Ahmed Musa urged Nigerians to shun tribalism and ethnicity ahead of the forthcoming general elections.
Nigerians will troop to the polls on Saturday, February 25, to elect their favourite candidates into offices.
The showdown for the presidential race will go down the wire among the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, that of the People's Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, and Peter Obi of the Labour Party.
The polity is already heated, as the political landscape is faced with uncertainty amid comments fueling bigotry and tribalism.