- Ahmed Musa has named his new born baby boy Isa Ahmed Musa
- The Super Eagles striker took to his social media account to reveal the name
- Musa is currently playing in the Saudi Arabian Super League for Al-Nassr
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Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has revealed the name of his new baby boy as Isa Ahmed Musa as he also expressed happiness for being the father of the latest arrival to his family.
After divorcing former wife Jamila, Musa remarried to Juliet Ejue in May 2017 and welcomed their first child in February 2018.
Isa who is the new baby is now Musa's fourth child as the former Leicester City striker also has two children with his ex-wife.
Musa took to social media to herald the good news while also thanking God for the safe delivery of his child.
"Today is a special day for me as my son will be named Isa Ahmed Musa. I pray that your name will only be called in places of honour.
''You will be a solution to your generation and the first amongst your peers. I love you so much,'' Musa explained.
Musa has been with Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr since the summer of 2018 after leaving Premier League club Leicester City.
He began his career at GBS Football Academy and played for JUTH and Kano Pillars in the Nigeria Professional Football League before leaving for Europe in 2010.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how striker Musa on Monday night, August 10, scored his first goal of the season in the Saudi Arabian League which helped his team Al-Nassr beat Abha 2-0.
This is an incredible one for the Super Eagles captain considering the fact that it was April last year that he scored last for his team in Saudi Arabia which was a brace.
Al-Nassr who played away from home scored the first goal in the 58th minute through Abderrazak Hamdallah and efforts for the hosts to restore parity were abortive.
The visitors were brilliant when the second half started with Musa almost making it two nil in the 46th minute, but his shot was blocked by the goalkeeper.
Musa eventually scored his goal in the 63rd minute to give Al-Nassr two-goal lead with less than 30 minutes to end the game.
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