Musa began his professional career with Kano Pillars in the NPFL in 2008. He quickly established himself as one of the most promising young players in the League.
The 31-year-old said this during a conversation on X (formerly Twitter), adding that the League made him.
10:23 - 08.09.2023
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has spoken out for the first time after he was left out of the squad to face Sao Tome and Principe in Nigeria’s final AFCON qualifier.
16:27 - 30.11.2023
Ahmed Musa's journey with NPFL
Musa began his professional career with Kano Pillars in the NPFL in 2008. He quickly established himself as one of the most promising young players in the league.
He was a crucial player in Kano Pillars' 2009/10 NPFL title-winning season, where he emerged as the top scorer in the League.
In 2020, he returned to the league, and his decision was a significant move that marked a new chapter in his illustrious career. After spending a decade playing in Europe and Asia, chose to reconnect with his roots and contribute to the development of the domestic league.
Musa to retire in NPFL
The former Leicester City winger stated that he will one day return to the NPFL and play for a long time before he retires.
12:16 - 23.11.2023
'It’s not all about young players' — Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa laments absence of Mikel, Ighalo & Moses
Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa has bemoaned the lack of experience in the current team and called for more players like Mikel Obi, Odion Ighalo and Victor Moses in the team.
17:30 - 14.10.2023
CAF has joined the rest of the world to honour Nigeria Super Eagles legend Ahmed Musa on his birthday.
"I will always talk about the Nigerian League because I was once their product. And that placed me where I am today, and till tomorrow, anytime I am going to stop football, I am going to come to Nigeria again and play in the Nigerian League.
"But this time, I am going to stay for a long time and play. To show you the love I have for the Nigerian League," Musa stated on X (former Twitter space).
Ahmed Musa would join the likes of Rashidi Yekini, Garba Lawal, and Daniel Amokachi, who retired in the NPFL after a long career overseas.