Birthdays are special because they happen once a year, it is a time when family members, colleagues, fans, and friends come together to make the celebrant feel special. They bring gifts and post photos of the celebrant with goodwill messages on social media, just to make him appreciated.
If anyone is to be accused of not using his real age in football, it cannot be Super Eagles midfielder, who currently plays for Kano Pillars. Rabiu Ali was born in Kaduna in September 1980, and he is now 41 years old.
He's been playing for Kano Pillars for 10 years, and he is a very loyal footballer. The attacking midfielder has scored 100 league goals for Kano Pillars, and he started playing for the Super Eagles in 2013. He scored 5 goals for the national team.
The 3 times Nigerian League winner simply posted his photos on Instagram and thanked God for another year, Ahmed Musa did the same and many of his colleagues.
Happy birthday Rabiu!
Images Credit: Instagram.
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