Captain of Nigeria’s national football team, Ahmed Musa has completed a multi-million naira Sports center in Kaduna State.
The facility houses world class football pitches, tennis court, an Olympics swimming, a hall for indoor sports, restaurant, car lots and offices.
The edifice which will be commissioned at a later date, is the second of its kind by the world cup goal scorer after the Sports centre built in Kano to train more youths in various sporting activities.
Musa, had also sponsored 100 students in Kano to get university degrees from a private university.
Similarly, Musa’s former Eagles’ teammate, Odion Ighalo also used his whopping £300k-a-week wages from Chinese club Shenghai Shenhua for good by funding an orphanage.
He launched the Ighalo Orphanage Home in December 2017, in Ijegun, a low-income suburb in Lagos.
Ighalo reportedly spent N500 million – around £1 million – to build the charity home.
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Ahmed Musa recently sponsored one hundred Nigerian students to attend Skyline University, located in Kano state. The former Leicester City striker noted his interest in helping in education promotion as well as extra-curricular activities such as basic sports and mentoring programmes.