- Ahmed Musa will make his debut for Kano Pillars against Enyimba
- The Super Eagles captain rejoined the Sai Masugida after leaving Saudi Arabia
- Kano Pillars are currently occupying second position on the NPFL table
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Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa will make his debut for Nigerian Professional Football League side Kano Pillars on May 5 in an encounter against Enyimba of Aba.
The former Leicester City man rejoined the Kano based side after spending 10 years in Europe before making a return to the Nigerian topflight.
After his return to Kano Pillars due to his inability to get a deal in Europe, Ahmed Musa made it clear that he is ready to help the Sai Masugida win the NPFL title this term.
Kano Pillars will resume the NPFL second stanza with an away game at Warri Wolves, and the Sai Masugida will be facing Jos thereafter to engage Plateau United.
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According to the report on Complete Sports, an official of Kano Pillars explained that Ahmed Musa will be in the squad against Enyimba in next home game.
Pillars' official also explained that Ahmed Musa will not be allowed to feature or travel for away games unless places close to Kano and Kaduna.
He will also not be getting salaries at Kano Pillars and Ahmed Musa's bonuses will be donated to the charity.
Kano Pillars are currently occupying second position on the NPFL table with 36 points and they are behind Kwara United who have more goals than the Sai Masugida.
Kwara United will also be playing double away games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Ahmed Musa finally opened up on his decision to make return to the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) claiming that he rejoined Kano Pillars so as to help boost the image of the League.
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Musa's return to the Nigerian Professional Football League is still the discussion among Nigerian football fans and also sports reporters.
The former Leicester City man was on the verge of making a return to the Premier League before the move to West Brom was blocked.
Ahmed Musa claimed that he is not regretting returning to Kano Pillars where he made his name.
In the 2009/10 season that Ahmed Musa first played for Kano Pillars, he finished as top scorer in the League netting 18 goals before he moved to Europe.
Musa has played 96 games for the Super Eagles netting 15 goals and was also among the Nigerian squad that finished as third best at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
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