Super Eagles captain, and Kano Pillars FC player Ahmed Musa has donated an amount of N2 Million for the building of a mosque in Bukavu Military Secondary School, Kano.
Ahmed Musa visited the school in person and made the donation. He advised the students to stay away from drugs and avoid deviant behaviours that may jeopardize their future. He was warmly received by the school authorities as he made the donation.
You could recall, Ahmed Musa decided to rejoin Kano Pillars following his inability to get a club in Europe during the January transfer window.
The club made the announcement on April 13 and the player was unveiled by the Kano state Governor Ganduje.
In a statement from the office of the chairman of the club, Alhaji Surajo Shuaibu Jambul and signed by the media officer, Rilwanu Idris Malikawa and made available to www.kano-pillars.com, it was revealed that the Sai Masu Gida have agreed to signed Musa until the end of the 2020/21 football season.
The club agreed to the deal after due consultations with the player and the League Management Company of Nigeria (LMC).
It was further revealed that the club has received a letter from the League Management Company of Nigeria (LMC) that was signed by the Chief Operating Officer, Malam Salihu Abubakar and it was revealed in the letter that Kano Pillars will sign Ahmed Musa as an Elite player of the league to the end of the season.
According to the media representative of the club, Idris Malikawa, Kano Pillars staff, coaching crew and management are happy to welcome Ahmed Musa back to the club.
“Ahmad Musa is our own and Pillars FC will continue to support him anytime and anywhere he found himself.”