Super Eagles Captian Ahmed Musa has built an ultramodern academic centre in Jos, Plateau State. The Sivasspor of Turkey striker went on his social media to announce the completion of the school.
The school is a two-storey building painted blue and orange and fitted with modern railings, windows and roofing.
The official unveiling of the school comes days after the Super Eagles captain celebrated his 30th birthday.
The Nigerian international disclosed that the school’s name is derived from his parents’ name (Alhaji) Musa and Sarah. M&S School has been dedicated to his parents.
Musa said on his official Instagram account said, “I’m proud to name it after my parents. Mr Musa & Mrs Sarah! M&S international school. Now officially open, Alhamdulillah.”
The new school is located in Musa’s hometown of Bukuru, Jos South Local Government in Plateau State.
Musa is known for his charitable works, which include donating two million naira to Kingsley Obiekwu, a former Nigerian player who is now a bus driver.