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Ahmed Musa: Super Eagles Captain Acquires US Mansion to Celebrate 31st Birthday
- Ahmed Musa has acquired a mansion in the United States as he celebrates his 31st birthday
- The Super Eagles captain has added the building to his collection of properties
- He confirmed to Sports Brief that the mansion is located in the heart of Maryland
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has acquired a mansion in Maryland, United States, as he celebrates his 31st birthday in grand style.
The Nigerian international has added the United States edifice to his collection of properties as he continues to prepare for life after professional football.
The Sivasspor of Turkey forward boasts of a number of properties in Kano, Kaduna and Plateau States in Nigeria, where he had his childhood days.
Musa owns filling stations and schools, as well as a spotting facility as he employs a number of staff, contributing in his own way to nation-building, Punch reports.
On his 31st birthday, the former CSKA Moscow forward shared a photo of the massive building he had just acquired.
He confirmed to Sports Brief that the mansion is located in the heart of Maryland in the United States. He said:
“Hahahahahah, Maryland, it’s a very big house oh.”
And followers have taken to the comment section to congratulate the birthday boy. One said:
“Masha Allah congratulations Governor.”
“Congratulations. May Allah bless you amen.”
“The Governor congratulations.”
When Ahmed Musa opened school in Jos
Meanwhile, last year, Musa completed and opened an ultra-modern international school in Jos, Plateau State and named it after his parents.
He took to his official Twitter page to share photos of the learning citadel he built, naming it M&S International School.
The M stands for the name of his father, Musa, while the S is for his later mother, Sarah, according to the information provided.
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Musa completes school for late friend
Sports Brief earlier reported that Ahmed Musa continued with his exemplary gesture 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.