Super Eagles Captain Ahmed Musa Celebrates 30th Birthday, Shares Inspiring Message
Pacey forward and Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has clocked 30 years. To celebrate his day, he has shared inspiring message on social media.
The Nigeria’s record scorer at the FIFA World Cup with four goals was born in Jos, the Plateau State capital, on October 14, I992, and he started his career with local club JUTH FC in 2008.
One year later, he went on loan to Nigerian Premier clubside, Kano Pillars and spent two seasons before joining the Dutch club VVV-Venlo.
Ahmed Musa has played for top clubs in Europe and Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Nassr.
The former Nigeria U20 star, who currently plays for Turkish club Sivasspor, wrote: “This is 30! First I want to thank Almighty Allah for keeping and bringing me thus far Alhamdulillah. I am what I am today because of His mercies, favour and grace.
“To my family – my number one cheerleaders I am grateful to have you all in my life. For supporting me all the way in this journey, I am happy to be sharing my life with you.
“To my supporters, friends and well-wishers, thanks for your prayers, your support and everything. 30 feels so good with you all celebrating with me.
“Here’s to many more years of achieving greater things and making you all proud. “Happy 30th birthday to me.”