Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has again shown that he loves to giving to the needy as he donates desks to a primary school in Jos.
The Al-Nassr striker is currently on summer holiday and he his having a good time in the middle belt region of Nigeria.
Musa gave a number of wooden desks to the Baptist Primary School Bukuru in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State.
No connection has linked the 26-year-old and the school with, but it is not the first time former Leicester City star has given gifts to the less privilege.
He helped Nigeria win bronze at the just concluded AFCON 2019 tournament in Egypt as he featured in all seven matches in the competition.
Musa will now be leading the national team in all their international engagements after former captain, John Mikel Obi called it quits with Nigeria.
The ex-CSKA Moscow forward was part of the Super Eagles squad that won the 2013 AFCON tournament in South Africa under the tutelage of Stephen Keshi.
Ahmed Musa just keeps doing good
Reposted from @adam_abu1 – The super eagles captain, Al-Nasr forward player, philanthropist, entrepreneur & Syinix ambassador @ahmedmusa718 donated desks to govt school in Jos south LG of Plateau state (Baptist Primary … https://t.co/3ncRRKvSq0 pic.twitter.com/83f95H5GQK
— Colin NOT Collins (@ColinUdoh) July 30, 2019