We all remember Ahmed Musa for his deft sprints on the field and the goals he delivers, or used to deliver on a regular basis in the many clubs he’s played for as well as for the national team. Who can forget those two goals against Argentina (2014 World Cup), in that game that we still, unfortunately, ended up losing?
But where Musa does it best is off the football field. He’s a cheerful giver who meets needs with the resources at his disposal. He’s done it for widows, for young people and even for team mates who have fallen on bad times.
But he took it a step further when he recently unveiled the M&S International School located in Bukuru, Jos. The school, Musa’s latest vehicle for solving social issues is named after his parents, father Musa and mother Sarah. Cognizant of the efforts they put into setting up him up to becoming the high achieving earner he is today, he thought it necessary to name the school after them.
Musa is moving on in years and may not be a fixture on the national team or any top flight football team in the next few years. So, while his founding the school is laudable, it is even more important that guidance be availed him and the management team to ensure the school is managed sustainably and this despite Musa’s penchant for all out charity.
Ahmed Musa is showing what can be done when a man has the means and the will to meet needs (which are by nature inexhaustible). He solves the ones he can solve and inspires others to do likewise to the issues they can handle.
Way to go!
So, while his founding the school is laudable, it is even more important that guidance be availed him and the management team to ensure the school is managed sustainably and this despite Musa’s penchant for all out charity.
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