Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has opened an international school and dedicated it to his father and mother.
The 30-year-old forward is known for altruism due to his sense of empathy towards the plight of others, regardless of ethnic or religious affiliations.
To add to his long history of kindness, the Super Eagles most capped player who started his footballing career with JUTH FC, a local club in 2008 announced the opening of the school on his official Instagram handle.
“I am proud to name it after my parents. Mr Musa and Mrs Sarah! M&S International school. Now officially open Alihamdulilahi.” Musa wrote on his Instagram.
The former Leicester forward currently plays for Sivasspor in the Turkish League. He his recovering from an injury after featuring in just one game for the club.
Musa could be fit for the international friendly games lined up for the Super Eagles next month. Nigeria is expected to take on Costa Rica in the United States and Portugal in Lisbon next month.