Football Star Ahmed Musa to Sponsor 100 Nigerian Students

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has announced plans to sponsor 100 students at a university in the Nigerian city of Kano, The BBC reported.

“I am a great believer in the importance of education hence, my excitement in joining this great team to promote this vision of becoming anything you want to be in life as long as you can dream it,” Musa wrote on Instagram.

“So, I am pleased to let you know that I would be sponsoring 100 students at this university. Yes! 100. Details to follow shortly.”

Musa was unveiled as the University’s ambassador on Wednesday, after helping the Super Eagles to back-to-back victories over Benin and Lesotho in their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying games.

The Nigerian superstar has been involved in various charitable projects including the construction of a sports center in Kano.

Football Star Ahmed Musa to Sponsor 100 Nigerian Students - About Islam

This is not the first time for Musa to give to charity and helping people.

He has been an inspiration to many young Muslims with his charity works and projects launched to help his people.

While advancing in his career from one team to another, he is also making sure to help those in need in his country, either by promoting sports among Nigerians, supporting youth, and donating food items to the needy.

He even started a charity foundation named “Ahmed Musa Foundation” through which he helped those in need.

For example in 2018, Musa set 40 prisoners free by paying their debts.

In Ramadan 1439, the Super Eagles player showed love to his people in Kano, distributing food items and rice bags to them.

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