Ahmed Musa: Super Eagles Captain Promises to Finish Uncompleted Building Left by His Late Fan

Ahmed Musa: Super Eagles Captain Promises to Finish Uncompleted Building Left by His Late Fan

Babajide Orevba
updated at April 12, 2023 at 8:26 PM
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  • Ahmed Musa has lost a staunch fan who reportedly passed away in a ghastly accident
  • The Super Eagles captain was informed of the tragic incident while at his base in Turkey
  • Upon his return to the country, Musa promised to complete the building left by the late fan

Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa continues with his exemplary gestures when he offered to complete a building under construction by his fan, who recently passed away.

Kamal Aboki was said to be a staunch fan of the Sivasspor of Turkey forward, but he passed away in a fatal accident recently.

Upon hearing the news, Musa - who was at his base - reached out to the family of the deceased and promised to visit upon his return to the country.

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Ahmed Musa promises to complete a building left by a late fan. Photo: DANIEL BELOUMOU OLOMO.
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Following the recent break, Musa, who has already played 13 league matches in his new club in Turkey this season, paid a courtesy visit to the home of his ‘friend’.

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The former CSKA Moscow forward noticed an uncomplete building in the compound and was told the late Aboki was building a new home for his parents.

In swift act of selflessness, Musa promised to complete the project, stunning family members of the late supporter.

Musa completes school in Jos

Meanwhile, Nigerians continue to shower accolades on Musa, following the completion of an ultramodern school in Jos, the capital of the Plateau State.

The former Leicester City player took to his social media pages to share photos of what the educational facility looks like after it was finished.

According to the images he shared, the two-storey building is painted blue and orange and fitted with modern-style railings, windows and roofing.

Nigeria elections: Musa sends message

Sports Brief also reported on Super Eagles captain, Musa urging Nigerians to shun tribalism and ethnicity ahead of the forthcoming general elections.

The west African country's residents will troop to the polls on Saturday, February 25, to elect their favourite candidates into office.

The showdown for the presidential race will go down the wire between the All Progressives Congress, the People's Democratic Party and the Labour Party.

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Babajide Orevba is a CAF accredited Nigerian journalist and HOD of the Local Desk with over 10 years of experience in media landscape.He studied NCE Political Science/Social Studies, AOCOED.