- Mohammed Jammal has announced that Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has joined list of contributors for N1M giveaway
- Jammal explained that the former Leicester City forward sent in the sum of N250K which will be shared on Saturday, 26 November
- Captain Jamyi is also among the contributors as 10 or more Nigerians are expected to benefit
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has joined contributors with the sum of N250K for massive N1M giveaway for some Nigerians who will be selected this coming weekend.
Mohammed Jammal started the initiative of him and his close friends contributing money to help some Nigerians whose business finances have taken a dip.
Known as White Nigerian, Jammal has been hailed by countless numbers of people on social media for this gesture with November 26 picked as the day lucky winners will be announced.
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Being a giver and philanthropist, Musa saw the post and decided to help boost the contribution by rolling out N250K.
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Jammal took to his official Twitter page to announce receiving the credit alert from the Super Eagles captain thanking him for his gesture.
Statement made by Jammal
''While you all were sleeping, Ahmed Musa also added 250k. We are currently doing N1,000,000 giveaway this weekend.''
This is not the first time Musa will be giving out his hard-earned money to Nigerians considering his past achievements and current commitments.
Musa recently also went round the city of Jos to give out money to old men and women in his usual ways of giving out.
Ahmed Musa opens new school
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Ahmed Musa who is the captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria completed and opened an ultra-modern international school in Jos, Plateau State and named it after his parents.
The former Premier League star is one of the most successful Nigerian players going by how football has changed his life financially.
Having amassed wealth from his profession, Musa has taken to philanthropy and has many times helped Nigerians, particularly so former internationals who are experiencing financial difficulties.
The 30-year-old footballer took to his official Twitter page to share awesome photos of the new citadel he built naming it M&S international school.
Source: Sports Brief News