- Ahmed Musa was spotted personally handing enveloped gifts to a crowd gathered at his home in Jos, Plateau State
- The Super Eagles captain who is also Nigeria’s most capped footballer was said to have donated N20,000 each to five thousand people
- The former Kano Pillars star handed the sums of money to the individuals in his bid to support them in business
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa continues to support members of his community as the Fatih Karagumruk forward donated N20,000 each to about five thousand people in Jos.
Artisans including tailors, bean sellers, shoemakers and a host of other small business owners were supported with such amount by the Nigerian international.
Musa who is famous for helping the poor and sick, made this latest gesture when he personally handed the cash gift to the individuals.
In a clip circulating on social media, the 29-year-old was seen moving around the gathered crowd and handing them an envelope each.
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Prayers upon prayers filled the air for the former CSKA Moscow and ex-Leicester City star who looked pleased with what he was doing.
Reports also have it that Musa had on several occasions helped the poor on the streets of Kano and Jos and sometimes he had to get off his car to give to the needy.
Nigeria’s most-capped star is also said to be planning to build an orphanage as he is poised to be interested in the welfare of the people.
“Yes that is it, 20k each. I’m just doing it because people need it so that they can start small business with it,” he told Sports Brief.
Musa donates to the construction of a standard school in Jos
Only recently, Ahmed Musa splashed millions on the construction of an international school in Buruku, Jos.
The Fatih Karagumruk forward will stop at nothing in helping those who are in need, but the construction of a modern school in Jos is something special.
In a clip shared by the former CSKA Moskow star, the educational facility is seated on a two-storey building with adjoining blocks of classrooms.
The M&S International School, according to the Nigerian international, is located in Jos South Local Government Plateau State.
Musa donates N2million to Kingsley Obiekwu
The Nigerian media space was awash with news that Obiekwu who had eight caps for Nigeria back in the days, is struggling to survive as a taxi driver.
He represented Nigeria at the international level and was a member of the squad which won the gold medal in football at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.