Nigerian Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has built an international school in honour of his parents, Musa and Sarah.
The winger shared the latest developments via his social media handle on Sunday located in Bakuru, Jos south local government area of Plateau State.
Musa, who has a long history of kindness, announced the commencement of the school project in January 2021 via an Instagram post.
He wrote: “I am not ignorant of the need to give back to my wonderful community and that is why I am excited to announce the commencement of the M & S International School project in Plateau State, Jos South local government Bukuru. Education is the key to success.”
Following the completion of the mega educational facility, Musa took to his social media pages to announce it’s unveiling.
The forward and left winger for Turkish Süper Lig club Sivasspor proudly announced the official opening of M&S International School with photos of the classrooms and exterior view.
“I’m proud to name it after my parents. Mr Musa & Mrs Sarah ! M&S international school has now officially opened. Alhamdulillah,” he wrote.
He was born from a multi-religious family, with his mother Sarah Musa (née Moses) being a Christian from Edo state in the Southern part of Nigeria.
In April 2017, Musa was involved in a dispute with his estranged wife Jamila, resulting in the police being called to his home. Shortly afterwards, the couple were divorced following “irreconcilable differences”. On 23 May, Musa married Juliet Ejue at Abuja.
In October 2017, Musa purchased a second petrol station in Nigeria.
On 24 January 2019, Musa confirmed the news of the death of his mother Sarah Musa on his Twitter page. She had previously been ill.
Return to Kano Pillars
On 13 April 2021, Musa rejoined Nigerian club Kano Pillars until the end of the 2020–21 season.