- Ahmed Musa has taken his philanthropic efforts to another level as he rewarded four of his loyal staff
- The former CSKA Moscow star has gifted houses to workers who have been with him for several years
- He wants these recipients to 'live in peace' with their families and no longer worry about paying rent
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has rewarded four of his loyal staff with a house each, saying he wants them to forget about rent.
The Sivasspor of Turkey forward has taken his philanthropic gestures to a new level by splashing on apartments on some of his workers.
The 30-year-old later disclosed that as much as he enjoys working closely with the four staff members, letting them have their own homes will make life a lot easier.
He disclosed that it was time to reward the loyalty of the dedicated workers, adding they have been with him for several years now.
Musa told Sports Brief in an exclusive chat:
"They have been with me ever since. House is more important in life and that is why I have decided to buy them house. They can live at peace with the family now without thinking of paying rent anymore."
Musa reminisces on growing up
The former Leicester City star once shared a touching picture showing how things started for him on the streets before he reached the top.
Musa remains one of Nigeria’s richest players, having had successful stints in the Netherlands, Russia, England and most recently, in Turkey.
Sharing the throwback picture on Twitter, the most-capped Super Eagles player shared an inspiring message in which he urged his followers to never give up.
Musa wants younger players invested
Sports Brief previously reported that Musa was encouraged by older players in the past and has, in turn, continued to encourage younger players.
Asked how he has managed to continue to inspire the future of football, the Nigerian captain explained he had planned for life after football.
Musa urged younger players to invest in their future early on, saying there would no longer be salaries after their respective careers were over.