The captain of Super Eagles, Ahmed Musa, has given N100 million to 5,000 widows and other less advantaged ladies in Level.
Mr Williams Gyang, an individual from Musa’s media group, revealed this in an explanation on Tuesday in Jos.
Gyang said that the gift was essential for Musa’s generous signal, pointed toward padding the difficulty being looked by the recipients.
He made sense of that the recipients cut across different religions, saying that yearning, destitution and dirtiness knew no clan or religion.
“The financial difficulty that individuals are confronting is colossal and this is my little approach to showing adoration and care for widows and less special people in our general public.
“In this way, I need to approach vivacious people to help the unfortunate ones in the general public, “he said.
Maryam Abdullahi, one of the recipients, expressed gratitude toward the footballer for the signal and depicted him as God-sent.
“We are finding it hard to take care of our families in view of the significant expense of living.
“This cash will go quite far to lighten our sufferings and lift our trivial businesses,”she said.
Musa has been doing such magnanimous signals since he came into spotlight as an expert footballer.