But for the NPFL, it’s a massive coup to have the current Super Eagles captain playing in the league.
As confirmed by Kano Pillars, this move was mediated by Shehu Dikko, the chairman of the League Management Company (LMC), organisers of the league and Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje.
It’s a massive coup from Dikko in getting Musa to play in the NPFL, bringing much-needed coverage for the league and making it more widespread.
The NPFL has many needs, but bringing more eyes to Nigeria’s top-flight division is a commendable feat.
In Musa also, the NPFL has one of its best ambassadors playing in it. Despite leaving nine years ago, the forward remained a fan of the league.