Nigerians Praise Super Eagles Captain Ahmed Musa for Naming Newly Built Ultramodern School After His Parents
- Ahmed Musa has completed a standard school in Jos and has decided to name it after his parents, Musa and Sarah
- The Super Eagles captain has officially launched the M&S School and it is now open for educational activities
- The 30-year-old, who is Nigeria’s most-capped player, has continued to receive plaudits from football fans
Nigerians have continued to shower accolades on Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa, following the completion of an ultramodern school in Jos, the Plateau State capital.
The Sivasspor of Turkey forward, who recently clocked 30, took to his social media pages to share photos of what the educational facility looks like.
The two-storey building is painted blue and orange and fitted with modern railings, windows and roofing.
The Nigerian international disclosed that the M&S School has been dedicated to his parents. Its name is derived from their initials, (Alhaji) Musa and Sarah (Moses).
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Musa shared photos of two well-furnished standard classrooms and a playgroup class fitted with colourful chairs and tables.
Nigerians have commended the Super Eagles all-time most-capped player, while many also congratulated him for a job well done.
“Congratulations Boss..! Your efforts in beautifying people’s lives will never go unnoticed. God will certainly bless you.”
“Congratulations Boss, I will one day do something similar in Anambra.”
A fan said:
“Service to humanity is the greatest gift.”
One replied his post:
“Masha Allah. More blessings upon us and our family.”
Ahmed Musa celebrates 30th birthday
Meanwhile, Musa celebrated his 30th birthday on October 14 by sharing an inspiring message on social media.
The pacey forward, who is Nigeria’s record scorer at the FIFA World Cup with four goals, is also the country’s most-capped player with 107 matches.
Musa was born in Jos, the capital of the Plateau State, on October 14, I992. He started his career with local club JUTH FC in 2008.
Musa dumps Karagumruk for Sivasspor
Sports Brief earlier reported that Musa left Fatih Karagumruk to join Turkish Super Lig rivals Sivasspor, on a two-year deal during the summer.
The Nigerian international, who spent one year with Karagumruk, decided to part ways by mutual consent in a bid to move to Sivasspor.
The red-whites signed the experienced player in a bid to bolster the squad, prior to the UEFA Europa Conference League matches.