Super Eagles Captain, Ahmed Musa has been named an ambassador of Skyline University in Kano, and has promised to sponsor the education of 100 Students.
Skyline University prides itself as the first International Private University in Northwest Region of Nigeria.
“Ahmed Musa, who is now the face of the institution, will beninvolved in promoting awareness for quality education as well as the institution’s activities,” the school wrote on Facebook.
“I am a great believer in the importance of education hence, my excitement in joining this great team to promote this vision of becoming anything you want to be in life as long as you can dream it,” Musa wrote on Instagram.
“So, I am pleased to let you know that I would be sponsoring 100 students at this university. Yes! 100. Details to follow shortly.”
Meanwhile, the Al-Nassr star recently become the third most capped Nigeria player, behind Joseph Yobo and vincent Enyeama after he featured in Super Eagles’ 4-2 victory over Lesotho.
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