-Ali Nuhu lauds Shehu vs Musa Charity match
YBTC News-Popular Kennywood actor, Ali Nuhu has applauded the duo of Super Eagles stars, Ahmed Musa and Shehu Abdullahi for the rationale behind the first of its kind ‘Charity Match’ organised by both top Northern football stars in Sokoto State.
Nuhu who has never hide is love for football believe that it was a good development as both Musa and Shehu pondered on giving back to where they were discovered as professional footballers
“As an achiever in any field or profession its always good to look back and reflects on how and where you began your quest to greater heights by giving back to the society that shot you to the world through laudable programs like (Shehu vs Musa friends) ‘Charity match’,’ says Ali.
Ali whose love for football put him on World Cup train like every other contingent at ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia where the Super Eagles crashed out at the group stage, urged Musa And Shehu to make such program a point of reference by reaching out to needy.
“I never hide my passion for football even when is not my field but Musa and Shehu are my good friends since their playing days with Kano Pillars.
“Even at Fifa World Cup I paid them visits in their camp for them to know they are worthy ambassadors, and they hinted me about maiden edition of this charity program, I told them it is a good initiative because by so doing their names would be written in good books as they would never be forgotten by the less privilege because it would affect people positively.
“I want to thank the government of Sokoto State under His Excellency, Aminu Tambawal for the kind gesture towards me and my friends, especially for giving Musa and Shehu an enabling environment to organise such epoch event, so it will be interesting if such program take place at the end of every football season,” he urged.
Meanwhile, Team Shehu Abdullahi was defeated by Team Ahmed Musa 3-1 as musa continue with his World Cup scoring form netting two goals, and Shehu got one of the goals for his side at Giginya Memorial Stadium in Sokoto State.
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