Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa finally unveiled as Kano Pillars player, Target NPFL title

Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa who recently complete his signing with Kano Pillars FC has been officially unveiled and said his mission in the club is to win his first Nigeria professional football league (NPFL) Tittle

Speaking during his unveiling in Kano on Thursday, the former CSKA Moscow and Leicester City player said his first stint with the ‘Masu gida’ boys ended without a title so he is back to actualise his dream.

Musa who was assigned his former jersey number seven which he used throughout his first stay in Pillars said he will do everything humanly possible to help Pillars win the 2021 NPFL title.

“I left pillars over 10 years ago without winning the league but now by God’s grace, I will win it this time around,” he said.

Recounting on when he first played for the club, Musa thanked all the players the management of the club and the gallant fans for their flawless support and relationship being maintained since 2009.

While delivering his speech, the chairman of the club, Alhaji Surajo Shaaibu Jambul expressed his pleasure with the decision made by Musa to reunite with he club and urged him to feel at home

He, therefore, urged the Super Eagles captain to use his vast experience to take the club to greater heights.

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