Kano Pillars midfielder, Ikenna Paul Hilary has led a condolence visit to Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia attacker, Ahmed Musa, to commiserate with the Super Eagles’ assistant captain over the death of his mother, which sad event took place last Thursday.
Not only did Hilary offer Musa words of courage during his trying time, the former home-based Eagles battler took it upon himself to personally visit the bereaved player at his home.
Ikenna, who was part of the home-based Eagles’ squad that won silver at the 2014 Championship of African Nations (CHAN) in South Africa, took the trip to Jos along with some teammates and officials of Kano Pillars.
He explained that the visit was not just because Musa is a former player of the club and Eagles’ stand-in captain, but because the ex-VV Venlo of Holland, CSKA Moscow of Russia and Leicester City of England forward has shown exemplary conduct over the years.
Ikenna stated in his post on social media: “Condolence visit to My bro @ahmedmusa718 Take heart God knows the best, we all love mom but God Loves her better @ Rayfield, Plateau, Nigeria.”