- Super Eagles star Ahmed Musa will open a Sports complex in Kano state
- The Sports complex is reportedly worth N500 million
- Musa who plays for Leicester City will open the complex in June 2017.
Nigerian international Ahmed Musa is reportedly set to open a sports complex estimated to be worth about N500 million in Kano state in June 2017.
According to the report, the Leicester City forward who is a native of Kano state, is perturbed with the lack of sporting facilities in his home state and has decided to help athletes with his hard earned money.
The facility which is said to have two five-a-side pitches, a gymnasium, lounge, restaurant and a large multipurpose events hall will be officially opened to the public on June 15, 2017.
"People like football in Kano and they pay money to train in different places so I thought it would be good to have a standard place where all these people could have a good place to train, play football and relax too.
'They like playing in the night too so this will be a good comfortable place to play football under floodlights and also to rest,'' the Super Eagles forward was quoted to have said.
Ahmed Musa played for former Nigerian champions Kano Pillars in 2009/10 season scoring 18 goals before moving to Europe.
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