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Ahmed Musa Pays More Than N2.5m for Patients Bills at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital
- Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has rolled out more than N2.5million for some sick patients in Kano
- Those at the Male Surgical ward of the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital benefited from Musa's kindness
- The former Leicester City and CSKA Moscow star explained that he did if for Allah and not for people
Nigerian football legend Ahmed Musa has settled the hospital bills of more than N2.5million for patients at the Male Surgical ward of the Aminu Kano Teaching hospital.
The Super Eagles captain is known as a footballer who always give to society considering what he has done for years and keeps doing to help people on the streets.
At the Surgical ward of the Aminu hospital, Musa was touched by the conditions of those on the beds and decided to help them financially.
The former Premier League star then spoke with the authority of the hospital so as to know the amount to be paid for each patient for effective transfer of money.
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Speaking exclusively to Sports Brief, Musa explained that he did what was done for Allah and not for the people claiming that the Almighty is the owner of everything.
Statement made by Musa
''I did not do it for people, I did it because of Allah who is the owner of everything and I wish all of them quick recovery.''
Musa's further contributions
Musa also settled bills of other patients in other wards in the hospital and gave relatives of those on the bed the sum of N20,000 each.
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The Super Eagles captain made this known days after escaping the earthquake in Turkey which killed many people, amongst them former Ghana international Christian Atsu.
On the day of the tragic incident, Nigerians were worried about those involved most especially the players who are playing in Turkey.
The Nigerian Football Federation later cooled off the tension when they disclosed that Musa and other Nigerian players in Turkey are safe.