- Ahmed Musa Neighbourhood Centre has been commissioned for use
- The complex was opened on the first day of the second month
- Meanwhile, Musa will be hoping to seal a move to Europe before the transfer window shuts
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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 neighbourhood centre is opened today 1st of February, come one, come all Kaduna fans."
The former Leicester City attacker has 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.
West Bromwich Albion were linked with a move for the Nigerian star but nothing has happened as of this moment. However, the deal could be sealed before the transfer window closes today.
Legit.ng earlier reported that 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.
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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.
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