Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has confirmed that his sports complex in Kaduna has been opened to all in the environment.
The 28-year-old attacker recently completed another multi-million naira facility in the northern part of the country, barely two years after opening the Kano outfit. This facility has a mini football pitch and other indoor and outdoor equipment for the use of individuals and groups of people.
Musa dropped the development on his Instagram stories today, February 1, calling on his fans to make use of the ultra-modern initiative for their own good. He said in his post:
Ahmed Musa confirms his neighbourhood centre in Kaduna has been commissioned for use as from February.
The former Leicester City attacker as also revealed plans to build a school in Jos and this is one of the many philanthropic gestures of the forward.
He has also floated an exotic barbing saloon while a few other buildings are planted in the commercial hub of Nigeria, Lagos.
Musa is not allowing his no-club status at the moment to hinder his love and support for his people while he gives back to the same environment he grew up in.