Super Eagles team captain, Ahmed Musa, has given his teammates the sum of 5 million to share after the Nigeria Football Federation gave him 10 million to celebrate his 100th appearance in the national team.
Musa joined the likes of Joseph Yobo and Vincent Enyeama in the illustrious list of Nigeria's centurions on Tuesday, September 7, after he played in Nigeria's 2-1 triumph over Carpe Verde in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
After the match, The President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick promised that the NFF will start giving every player who reaches 100 caps for Nigeria 10 million naira as a gift.
Saying in his words; "On behalf of The Nigeria Football Federation, from today when you mark your 100th cap you will get 10 million naira, so Musa will get his 10 million and as we're getting to Nigeria we will call Air Peace to get the 20 million naira promised for winning".
Immediately after Pinnick's comments, Musa gave out half of his reward to his teammates as he thanked them for their support.
" I really appreciate the gift, Mr. President and on behalf of my family, I will say thank you very much to everyone and for the coach, I really appreciate what you've been doing for me. You have made me whom i am today and i thank you very much.
"And for my teammates i don't have anything to say and for the 10 million, am giving out 5 million to the team", Musa said.
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