Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa donates ₦2m to Kingsley Obiekwu a former Nigerian player who is now a bus driver

Ahmed Musa has mercy on Kingsley Obiekwu who is now a bus driver showing Nigeria is a united country.

Ahmed Musa decided to help Obiekwu who was in need

Super Eagles of Nigeria captain Ahmed Musa has offered support to former player Kingsley Obiekwu.

According to several reports, Musa donated a sum of two million naira to help Obiekwu.

Obiekwu a former Super Eagles player is now a bus driver, according to a post by Okwuluora on Facebook,

The post said, "At Abakpa Motor Park, I saw former Super Eagles Defender Kingsley Obiekwu(Shagari Udoji) loading buses and driving Sienna to Nsukka. I hugged and greeted him then cried like a man. Life can be cruel Yes. He never made it to the highest level Yes but where are his teammates.

"I will tell Kanu Nwankwo about this. They won Olympics together in Atlanta. Obiekwu last made headline when his younger brother died in the field of play. A NATIONAL HERO, AN IDOL TO MILLIONS, AN OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALLIST. We can help lift him again IF he is willing. That environment is not for him."

Musa decided to intervene by sending Obiewku money to help with his situation.

Obiekwu who is now 47-years-old was a member of the Nigerian U-23 team that won a gold medal in the men's football event at the 1996 Olympics in Atalanta, United States of America.

This is not the first time Musa who shown that he helps people in need.

The Super Eagles captain at the recently concluded 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) donated a token of 600k to a Central Mosque in Garoua.

Musa who now plays in the Turkish Super Lig for Fatih Karagümrük has been a great ambassador of the country on and off the pitch.

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