Nigeria captain Ahmed Musa has recently spent some of his riches and opened up a school in his hometown. Check it out!
Ahmed Musa has celebrated his 30th Birthday by giving back to the community in his home nation by launching a school in Jos, Plateau State which is located in the North Central region of the nation.
The school is named M&S which he decided to name after his father Musa and his mother Sarch.
On Sunday, Musa took to Instagram to showcase his international school and wrote on his caption.
“I’m proud to name it after my parents . Mr Musa & Mrs Sarah ! M&S international school .. Now officially open Alhamdulillah.”
Scroll through the gallery above to see the school Musa built
Musa is not the first African footballer to give back to the community where he was raised as Sadio Mane has built for his home village Bambaly in Senegal which costed him around €530 000 (R9.3 million). He has already built a high school for the village as well.
According to egyptindependent, Liverpool star Mohamed Salah donated €3 million (R53 million) to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to renovate it after it had been attacked by terrorists while he also helps another organisation that fights hepatitis.
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Musa is also expected to be among the players selected for Nigeria who will face Costa Rica and Portugal in their coming international friendlies.