Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, has dismissed claims on social media that he had tested positive for coronavirus while sending a message to all his fans on how to overcome the current pandemic raving the globe.
Musa stated as much on arrival back in Nigeria, as he went straight into quarantine after getting off the private plane that brought him and fellow-Saudi Arabia-based star, John Ogu home, and the Super Eagles’ captain stressed that staying safe in these trying times was essential.
Ahmed Musa, who got a special permit from the Saudi government for him to return home, following suspension of league action due to the coronavirus pandemic, confirmed that he is now self-isolating at home in Abuja.
He took to social media with a video post to confirm his arrival back home and to further exhort and educate Nigerians on the essence of maintaining all social distancing regulations, in order for them to stay safe and help in the target of curbing the spread of coronavirus.
Musa posted: “Good day everyone, my name is Ahmed Musa, Super Eagles captain. I support the effort of the Federal Government, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and FIFA for the fight against COVID-19. “Please let’s obey the rules by staying at home, washing your hands regularly and avoid crowded places. “Stay safe Pls. Am in 14days quarantine, but home is home .”
Pls ignore any false news about me or 𝐌𝐲 𝐟𝐚𝐦𝐢𝐥𝐲 testing positive to Covid 19.We are self isolating for 14 days as we just got in from Saudi Arabia as the law stipulates. Stay safe! Maintain social distance. AVOID FAKE NEWS! 🙏 pic.twitter.com/SjzjmNWcOy
— AhmedMusa718 (@Ahmedmusa718) April 22, 2020