Ahmed Musa has visited Flying Eagles camp in Abuja as the Super Eagles skipper he set to hit Benin City today in the upcoming two-legged 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying games against Sierra Leone.
The 28-year-old Nigeria international was recently released at Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr where he won the League title before he departed.
Musa hits Nigeria last weekend after he flew into the country from Saudi Arabia into the nation’s capital.
Former Kano Pillar man paid a surprise visit to the Flying Eagles camp during their training session at the Goal Project pitch of the Moshood Abiola National Stadium Abuja on Monday as he charged the Nigeria U20 team to go do the nation proud at the Wafu 2020 regional cup.
.@NGSuperEagles captain @Ahmedmusa718 lwas a surprise visitor at the camp of the Flying Eagles in Abuja. He charged the team to go do the nation proud at the Wafu 2020 regional cup. Sai Governor! #soarsupereagles #team9jastrong pic.twitter.com/l9O0OLBNuE
— 🇳🇬 Super Eagles (@NGSuperEagles) November 9, 2020
Musa will depart for Benin City on Tuesday ahead of the doubleheader against Sierra Leone on Friday, 13th November at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium before flying to Freetown for the return game on Tuesday, 17th November.