- Ahmed Musa on Tuesday evening, January 26, visited Governor Bello in Lokoja
- The Kogi state number one citizen was happy to receive the Super Eagles captain
- Musa also presented a Super Eagles jersey to Governor Bello at the Government House
Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state has described Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa as one of the best strikers in the world considering his styles of play on the pitch.
The Kogi state Governor made this known while receiving the former Leicester City star at the Government House in Lokoja on Tuesday evening, January 26.
According to the statement made by the Governor's Chief Press Secretary, Onogwu Galacticus, Yahaya Bello was happy to see Super Eagle captain Ahmed Musa.
Ahmed Musa described Governor Bello as a bridge-builder who has dedicated himself as the nexus between the youths and the elderly in governance.
While presenting the Super Eagles jersey to the Governor, Ahmed Musa said he has so much admiration for the leadership style of Yahaya Bello especially in the area of youth development.
Meanwhile, Ahmed Musa is currently without a club since he left the Saudi Arabian League last year and has been spotted many times watching NPFL games in Jos, Plateau state.
Since 2010 that Ahmed Musa has been playing for the Super Eagles, the talented striker has played 95 games for Nigeria scoring 15 goals for the three-time African champions.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa was spotted at the New Jos Stadium watching the Nigeria Professional Football League game between Katsina United and Plateau United.
This is the second time the former NPFL highest goals scorer would be watching a local league game this campaign. The game failed to produce any goal after the normal regulation period.
He was at the same match venue when Kwara United defeated Abdu Maikaba boys on matchday one while he took a few pictures with some fans.
Also, Legit reported how Ahmed Musa penned an emotional note to his late mother two years after her death.
The former Leicester City star explained that even though his mother is no more, but added that he thinks about her every day considering how close they were.
Truly, the death of Ahmed Musa's mother came as a huge shock to the football fraternities in Nigeria as there was no news of any sickness before her demise.