Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa Completes his Multi-Million Naira Sports Center in Kaduna

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa Completes his Multi-Million Naira Sports Center in Kaduna

- Ahmed Musa is the captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria

- The former Leicester City star has completed his sports center in Kaduna state

- Musa will also be playing for Kano Pillars in the second round of the NPFL

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Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has completed his multi-million naira sports center in Kaduna where youths are expected to be training and they can also exhibit their talents.

The former Leicester City striker is one of the richest Nigerian players considering his assets since he started playing football from the street of Jos.

Ahmed Musa started playing football in Jos before moving to JUTH FC from where he was signed them by former Nigerian champions Kano Pillars.

He spent only one season with the Sai Masugida netting 18 goals before moving to Europe where he made massive money for himself.

Musa who last played in the Saudi Arabian League also has a multi-million naira sports center in Kano state.

The 28-year-old is also sponsoring 100 students in Kano to get degrees in the University which is an awesome one for the Super Eagles captain.

Meanwhile, Ahmed Musa recently made a return to the Nigerian Professional Football League rejoining Kano Pillars where he will be until the end of the season.

Kano Pillars are currently occupying second position on the topflight table behind Kwara United and will face Warri Wolves in their next encounter.

Warri Wolves are in the relegation zone on the NPFL table.

Ahmed Musa.
Ahmed Musa in action for the Super Eagles of Nigeria. Photo by Alex Morton
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Dele Aiyenugba who is now with Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) leaders Kwara United expressed happiness over Ahmed Musa's return to Kano Pillars.

Kano Pillars' management made the announcement on Tuesday night, April 13, with the Sai Masugida chiefs confirming that Ahmed Musa will be unveiled by Kano state Governor Ganduje

Ahmed Musa decided to make a return to the Nigerian topflight after his failure to get a deal with European clubs during the last transfer window which recently closed.

Before leaving Nigeria for Europe in 2011, Ahmed Musa recorded his name in the history books of the Nigerian topflight as he scored 18 goals in a season for Kano Pillars.

Kwara United will be hosting Kano Pillars at the Ilorin stadium on July 4 in which Aiyenugba will be facing his former teammate in the Super Eagles Ahmed Musa.

Source: SportsBrief.com

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