Nigeria striker Ahmed Musa has spared no expense in building a comfortable abode for his family in his home city Jos, the Plateau State capital, where he began his football career.
The former JUTH and Kano Pillars forward, who enjoys huge popularity in the Tin City, is set to move into a new home after spending millions developing the property that sits on a massive 10 plots in a choice part of town, Goal.com reports.
His new home, a tastefully furnished duplex, contains among many other amenities, a swimming pool, a sizable football field with synthetic pitch, a mosque and a gym. Also, the house is surrounded by high tech electric fence and silver gate that slides into place seamlessly after every entry and exit.
In 2013, Musa’s former home in Jos was attacked by armed men who came in search of his wife and son, and ever since, there’s been talk of him moving into a bigger, more secure residence with improved facilities.
The former Super Eagles captain has been on impressive form yet again with his Russian side CSKA Moscow, scoring 11 goals in 27 appearances this term as speculations continue to mount over a huge summer move to newly crowned premier League champions Leicester City.