Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has again melted hearts with his humaniterian attitude that has made him loved and adored by many Nigerians by announcing a reduction in the pump price of petrol at his fuel station located in Kano.
It could be recalled that the country’s economic situation took another downturn last week as the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL) had last week announced an increase of the petrol pump price to N617 per litre.
This announcement has caused further hardship on the citizens, leading to inevitable hike in food and other essential commodities.
However, the Kano Pillars striker on Monday crashed the pump price to N580 per litre through an announcement on his verified Twitter page.
He wrote: “Fuel #580 @MYCA -7 Filling Station Kano.”
A Twitter user, Scala @lakaas123, excitedly enquired ‘How manage Alhaji? N580 in Kano when not in Lagos? Are you whining us?” to which Musa replied, “That is what me I decide to sell my own.”
In 2018, Musa purchased the filling station and also owns a sports and fitness centre – which also features all-weather football pitches – in the northern region of Nigeria.