Forward left Super Eagles camp in March to do introduction for his second wife

Ahmed Musa left the Super Eagles camp after playing in their 1-1 draw with Senegal in a friendly game in March.

Ahmed Musa

Musa played in Super Eagles friendly game which ended 1-1 against Senegal on Thursday, April 23.

The Leicester City started the game before he was substituted in the game.

With the Super Eagles camp still open, Musa left camp the next to Nigeria for the introductory ceremony which happened on Saturday, March 25

Super Eagles boss Gernot Rohr had revealed that Musa left camp for a family emergency.

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Musa’s plan to Juliet caused a row with his first wife, Jamila his five-bedroom mansion in Countesthorpe, Leicestershire.

The row led to his arrest by police who responded to a domestic violence call in the early hours of Wednesday, April 5.

Musa and Juliet have reportedly been dating for two years and the Leicester City star has already bought a house for her in Lekki.

He and Jamila have two kids together, their son born in 2013 and their daughter born in August 2015.

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