Ahmed Musa shows off car, gives Nigerians advice ahead of new president's inauguration.
Super Eagles of Nigeria captain has given a piece of advice to Nigerians ahead of Democracy Day.
The Sivasspor of Turkey forward took to his official social media platforms to share a message ahead of the change of government.
Musa and all Nigerians await as accountant and politician Chief Bola Ahmed Tinubu is set to be sworn in as the 16th President of Nigeria on May 29.
Tinubu, a former Lagos State governor, is the president-elect and Musa had kind words for Nigerians ahead of the big day.
Along with a photo in his car was a message that said, "Trust in the timing of your life. Everything will happen when it's meant to, as long as you keep working and wanting. ❤️👏"
Musa rewards staff
The message from Musa comes after a massive gesture to his employees as a leader.
In order to ensure that they never had to worry about renting again, Musa gave each of his four most devoted employees a house.
By providing apartments for some of his employees, Musa elevated his charitable deeds.
Even though he appreciates working closely with the four employees, the 30-year-old subsequently said that it would be much simpler if he allowed them to have their own residences.
Having been with him for a while, he said it was time to show appreciation for the loyal, committed staff members.
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