Leicester City's Ahmed Musa opens petrol station in Nigeria

Leicester City's Ahmed Musa buys a new petrol station in his native Nigeria.

Leicester City forward Ahmed Musa has opened a petrol station in his native Nigeria.

The striker has launched the garage in Kano, 500km north of his hometown of Jos, according to the Leicester Mercury.

Musa, who also owns another petrol station, real estate and a fitness centre, opened his new venture in Kano because he began his footballing career there with local outfit the Pillars.

The 24-year-old eventually left Nigeria to sign for VVV-Venlo in Holland, before moving on to Russia outfit CSKA Moscow, where Leicester signed him from.

Musa has 63 caps for Nigeria and has scored 13 goals at international level.

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