- Ahmed Musa has posted pictures of himself spending quality time with Governor Lalong
- They were spotted playing golf while practising social distancing
- Musa has now told Nigerians that they can enjoy some time out while practising social distancing and staying safe amid the coronavirus crisis
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has advised Nigerians that they can still enjoy some time out while practising social distancing and staying safe amid the coronavirus crisis.
Musa posted the message to his fans as he shared pictures of himself enjoying quality time playing golf with Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau state.
The 27-year-old recently returned home in Jos, Plateau state, after spending 14 days in self-isolation following his return from Saudi Arabia.
He had to undergo a coronavirus test following his return which came out negative.
Now, Musa seems to be enjoying his return home as he took time out to practice his golf skills with Governor Lalong.
He posted pictures of himself and governor playing golf on his Twitter and Instagram handles with the message: “Such an awesome time spent golfing with His Excellency, the Governor of Plateau state.
“You can still enjoy some time out while practicing social distancing and staying safe. This will soon be over Insha Allah.”
In his response, Governor Lalong appreciated Musa for the game and thanked him for his suggestions on how to ensure youth participation in Plateau state.
The governor tweeted: "Thank you for the game @Ahmedmusa718, I appreciate your thoughts and suggestions on how to ensure youth participation in our state."
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Ahmed Musa has donated bags of rice for the Muslim faithful in Jos, Plateau state capital, during this year's annual fasting.
This is not the first time the Al-Nassr winger will be doing this as it is a yearly gesture from the former Premier League star.
The former Leicester City record signing is known for sharing such gifts during the holy month of Ramadan.
While sharing the picture on social media, Adam (@Adam_abu1) said on Twitter that the Nigerian star sent some relief materials to the vulnerable in the northern part of the country.
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