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- Ahmed Musa has donated a staggering N5.5 million to Kannywood legend Baba Karkuzu
- The veteran actor had raised the alarm publicly that he got blind and has continued to struggle with his health
- Musa, who earlier sent him N500k, has now donated another huge amount as the legend acquires a house
Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has taken his philanthropic work to a new level as he donated N5.5 million to struggling veteran Kannywood actor, Baba Karkuzu.
Abdullahi Shuaibu, popularly known as Karkuzu, had raised the alarm that he had gone blind as he struggled with his health.
The actor, whose video was shared on social media, solicited financial assistance, explaining that he had been sick since December 2020.
He said, via Daily Trust:
"I am now blind as I am talking to you. I seriously need financial assistance. I don’t have food to eat and feed my family."
Musa got the information, reached out to the actor, and immediately sent the sum of N500,000 to him.
The former CSKA Moscow star further informed the screen legend to search for a house worth between N4 milliion and N5 million, promising to buy it for him.
The Sivasspor of Turkey forward has now fulfilled his promise, sending N5.5 million to the veteran, and a house worth N8 million was acquired.
Sports Brief reached out to the footballer, who confirmed that the actor needed a bigger house. Musa said:
"The house is worth N8 million; some people are also assisting him. They had N2.5 million. I sent N5.5 million, so we can buy a bigger house for him."
It was gathered that Karkuzu could not contain his joy as he was handed the documents for his new home.
He was said to have burst into tears, saying prayers for all those that donated to his cause.
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