Is Super Eagles star divorcing his wife?

Sources have confirmed that Musa has given Jamila her ‘Saki Uku’ (which in Hausa literally means a final divorce).

Musa has already kicked off the process of getting a new wife, Ejue Juliet Adeh, leaving the Super Eagles camp in March to travel to Nigeria for the introduction.

The Leicester City forward did his introduction on Saturday, March 25 to his Lagos-based lover, Juliet.

According to , sources have confirmed that Musa has given Jamila her ‘Saki Uku’ (which in Hausa literally means a final divorce).

Musa has reportedly bought a house for Jamila in Kano and a car to get her life together.

This recent development throws more light into circumstances that led to his arrest in the early hours of Wednesday, April 5.

Musa was arrested after police responded to a domestic violence call at his five-bedroom mansion in Countesthorpe, Leicestershire.

The Leicester City forward was however released with any charges.

He thereafter denied beating his wife, insisting that they had a ‘normal couple row’.

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

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