Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, has returned to Kano Pillars, after a successful career outside the shores of the African continent.
He returns to the Sani Abacha stadium after leaving the Saudi Arabia Pro League.
Musa has been a free agent since parting ways with Saudi Pro League side Al Nassr on October 25, 2020.
And at 28 he has returned to the Sani Abacha Stadium after agreeing on a short-term contract with the Nigeria Professional Football League outfit.
Musa scored 18 League goals for the Sai Masugida in the 2009/10 season.
Early this year Musa’s expected move to West Brom crashed over financial issues.
See some reactions to the move below, as it trends across social media platforms;
@iSlimfit: I salute Ahmed Musa’s decision to come back home to rejoin Kano Pillars.
@ShehuSani: Ahmed Musa’s return to Kano Pillars is one of the best strategy to improve and attract interest in our local football teams and National league.After global come local.Its better than hanging and idling in Europe.There will always be a place for you at home
Ahmed Musa has rejoined his boyhood club, Kano Pillars.
He scored 18 league goals for them, a previous record in the Nigerian league at age 18 in 2009/2010.
He was the Top Scorer at the 2009/2010 Nigerian league & 2012-2013 Russian Cup. He was in the 2014 CAF Team of the Year. pic.twitter.com/B0IDrA4sxN
— Africa Facts Zone (@AfricaFactsZone) April 14, 2021
@Famous_Anfield: Ahmed Musa returning to Kano Pillars should remind us that life can change in a blink of an eye.
Don’t feel on top of the world no matter how extremely successful you are.