Super Eagles Star Musa Set to Feed Thousands of Nigerians After Distributing Rice for Ramadan

Super Eagles Star Musa Set to Feed Thousands of Nigerians After Distributing Rice for Ramadan

- Ahmed Musa is set to give Muslims in Nigeria rice for 2021 Ramadan

- The 30-day activity will start on April 13 which is an Holy Months for all Muslims

- Musa was in action for the Super Eagles against Lesotho in AFCON qualifiers

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Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa is now set to distribute rice to Nigeria Muslims in Jos and Kano state ahead of the 2021 Ramadan which will kickoff on April 13.

Ramadan is the Holy Month for all Muslims all over the world where they are expected to observe hunger and thirsty from morning till the evening of each day for 30 days.

This has been the practice for years for Muslims in the world who are following the guidelines set by Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).

And as a devoted Muslim, Ahmed Musa is expected to observe the fasting for the period of the 30 days.

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During the last fasting period, Ahmed Musa also tried his best to make sure that Muslims in Jos, Plateau state and other places were happy during the Holy Month.

According to respected reporter Sammy Adesoji who is close to Ahmed Musa, he explained to Legit.ng that Ahmed Musa is a blessing to all Nigerians.

''This is not new because Ahmed Musa has always been doing this for people during Ramadan and even when there is no fasting.
''People of Jos and other places will enjoy the same treatment from Musa this year and I pray that may God continue to reward him for his good gesture.''

Ahmed Musa will be happy after helping the Super Eagles of Nigeria to get the ticket for the 2022 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

The former Leicester City striker was came on in the second half in Super Eagles win over Lesotho on Tuesday, March 30, at the Teslim Balogun stadium.

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Ahmed Musa.
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa in action for Nigeria. Photo by Ulrik Pedersen
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how the Super Eagles of Nigeria had an easy 3-0 win over the Crocodiles of Lesotho in their final AFCON 2021 qualifying match at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos.

Gernot Rohr's men had already qualified for the tournament but played for pride as the Nigerian national team return to Lagos after more than two decades.

Nigeria's first chance of the game came in the 8th minute when Samuel Chukwueze advanced Oghenekaro Etebo. The Galatasaray man delivered a low rocket which left goalkeeper Sekhoane Moerane sprawling.

The Super Eagles took the lead in the 23rd minute through Napoli man Victor Osimhen who took advantage of a slack defense before flicking the ball into the net. 1-0.

Source: Legit Newspaper

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