The Super Eagles of Nigeria aren’t just in Cameroon to get a fourth AFCON title, they have also supported the host country as displayed in a kind gesture by the team’s captain, Ahmed Musa who donated $1500 to the Central Mosque in Garoua, Cameroon.
According to an Instagram post by Tobi Adepoju of Oganla Media on Friday, Musa donated the money in support of an ongoing building project at the mosque — where players and officials of the team have been worshipping since their arrival in Garoua.
“Musa has donated $1500 to support the ongoing building project of the Central Mosque in Garoua.
“Players and officials of the team have been worshipping in the Central Mosque since they Garoua. The gesture to support the ongoing building project was appreciated by leaders of the Mosque,” the post read.
Garoua has hosted the Super Eagles since their arrival in Cameroon. Their stadium also hosted Nigeria’s group matches and will be used for the Round of 16 match against Tunisia.
Ahmed Musa is renowned for his charity works to individuals and organizations. So far, he has made just one appearance for the Super Eagles at the ongoing AFCON tournament.