Leicester FC and Super Eagles forward, Ahmed Musa may not be getting the minutes at club and country, unsurprisingly, but he seems to have a soft spot for good business as he just opened another filling station in Kano.
The former CSKA Moscow attacker who some few months ago opened a N500 million Sports Centre at Kano has built his second MYCA-7 filling station in the second most populous city in Nigeria.
This makes a lot of sense considering Kano’s high level of commercial activities as he broadens his horizons in the business world. Aledeh reports.
Musa reportedly has heavy investments in the real estate business in Kano, Abuja, London and Jos.
The former Super Eagles captain flew from Abuja to Kano to commission his newest project after the Super Eagles booked a ticket to Russia, Musa’s familiar stead having spent over five impressive seasons at CSKA.
The former Kano Pillars attacker has not been getting minutes under his belt but none of that seems like a disturbance to him as he recently got married to his Edo-State born girlfriend after filing a divorce against the mother of his two children.
Musa, who grew up in Jos and played for JUTH and Aminchi Academy has a tough job in his hands if he will be making either Leicester’s first team on a weekly basis or the Super Eagles’ team to Russia, albeit, he’s a senior figure in the team, younger stars are coming up and he may have more than he can bite on his hands.