- Ahmed Musa recently returned to Kano Pillars after 10 years in Europe
- The Super Eagles captain has played 96 games for Nigeria
- Musa posed for a picture in front of his garage worth more than N200m
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa is one of the richest African players considering the money the Kano Pillars striker has mad since he started his football career.
Gone are the days when Ahmed Musa used to play football on the streets of Jos, today, the 28-year-old has many expensive cars in his garage and he is living a good life.
Having completed two stunning Sports complex in Kano and Kaduna, the winger has revealed his plan to build an international standard school in Jos.
Ahmed Musa took to his official social media page on Friday, April 23, posting a nice photo of himself in front of his garage.
Super Eagles captain Musa donates millions of naira for the construction of Mosque in a Nigerian school
In the garage behind Ahmed Musa in the photo, two expensive jeeps can be spotted which shows the class that the Super Eagles captain belongs.
A white Range Rover an a blues Toyota jeep can be seen behind Ahmed Musa who was smiling while wishing his fans happy Friday.
Ahmed Musa recently made a return to Kano Pillars after his failure to secure a deal in Europe and he is expected to be with the Sai Masugida until the end of the season.
Kano Pillars are currently occupying second position on the Nigerian Professional Football League and will face Warri Wolves in their next game.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how there was absolute jubilation at the Bukavu Military Secondary School in Kano on Thursday evening when Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa visited the citadel of learning.
Known for his community services, Ahmed Musa was happy to meet the principal, staff and others in the school as he donated the sum of two million naira for the construction of a Mosque.
According to the report by Nigerian club Kano Pillars, Ahmed Musa decided to go to the school premises after his evening training and was well welcomed by the authorities.
Kano Pillars added that Ahmed Musa has also promised to renovate some of the classrooms in the school and will provide other necessities.
The former Leicester City star also spoke with the students of the school and warned them to stay away from what will destroy their careers in education.