Nigeria and Leicester City forward Ahmed Musa has reportedly freed over 40 young adults who were remanded at the Taurey, Goron Dutse Prison Yard, Remands Home for Children and Kurmawa Prison.
The Super Eagles striker who spent the second half of the recently concluded season at Russian side, CSKA Moscow freed both male and female children as part of his charity work for the Ramadan season.
He was also said to have donated over 3,000 bags of rice and millions of naira after his visit to the Deaf and Dumb School.
Musa was frozen out of Leicester team at the beginning of last season, but joined CSKA on a short term loan deal where he scored six goals in 10 appearances.
He has also joined the Super Eagles World Cup squad and he might feature for the national team against DR Congo in a send forth game.
The 25-year-old also scored one Europa League in six appearances as they were ousted by Arsenal in the quarter finals stage of the championship.
NAIJ.com recently reported that Ahmed Musa has donated bags of rice to Muslim faithfuls observing the Ramadan fast.
The CSKA Moscow striker took to his Instagram to send holy greetings saying 'Ramadan Kareem' with a picture of a bag of rice that has his picture inscribed on it with 'not for sale' written on it.
The former Leicester City striker is expected to make Gernot Rohr's final 23-man list to the World Cup in Russia.
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