The Nigerian International player and the Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has again puts smile on the face of Muslim students and the entire management of Army Day Secondary School Bukavu Barracks in Kano State.
As reported by a Facebook user Abdul A Kaugamo, said that the senior player paid the sum of two million (2,000,000) naira to the management of the Army Secondary School for the construction of Mosque for the Muslim students in the school.
He said Musa visited the school immediately after Kano Pillars training session.
Yesterday, TURAREMEDIA published pictures of Ahmed Musa's rice which is to be shared to the massive (who are in need of) as 'Barka Da Sallah'. The rice to be distributed few days to Sallah Festival.
This is welcome development. We pray may God bless Musa abundantly for his tireless giveaways to poor people. We also solicited God to provide protection for him and his entire family. Ameen.
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