Super Eagles’ captain, Ahmed Musa, has taken his philanthropic gestures to a new level as he splashes apartments on some of his workers.
He rewarded four of his loyal staffers with a house each.
According to him, he wants them to live comfortably and never think of rent anymore.
The 30-year old Sivasspor of Turkey striker expressed that as much as he enjoys working closely with the four staff members, “letting them have their own homes will make life a lot easier.”
He said that it was time to reward the loyalty of the dedicated workers, and added that they have been with him for several years now.
“They have been with me ever since. House is more important in life and that is why I have decided to buy them house. They can live at peace with their families now without thinking of paying rent anymore.”
The former Leicester City star once shared a touching picture showing how things started for him on the streets before he reached his present level.
Musa remains one of Nigeria’s most successful players, having had stints in the Netherlands, Russia, England, Saudi Arabia and most recently, in Turkey.
Sharing the throwback picture on Twitter, the most-capped Super Eagles’ player, shared an inspiring message in which he urged his followers to ‘never give up’.