Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa is famous for his philanthropic and magnanimous gestures outside football commitments and the Kano Pillars forward has done another remarkable thing.
Ahmed Musa donated the sum of 2m for the construction of a mosque within the premises of Army Day secondary school, Bukavu Barracks, Kano.
He made the donations when he visited the school immediately after the training session with the former NPFL Champions.
Ahmed Musa, who noticed the shortages of desks and chairs in the school also promised to supply the school with more furniture.
The Super Eagles captain admonished the students to shun drug abuse and other social vices. Instead, he tasked them to focus on their academics to be good ambassadors of society and their respective families.
Alhaji Yusuf Sa’idu, the Director of the school thanked Ahmed Musa for his good gestures and he also highlighted some other challenges the school is currently facing.
However, he prayed that God’s blessing and presence will continue to be upon him.